LEDucation 7 Announces Speaker Line Up for March Event

NEW YORK--LEDucation 7 has announced its lineup of speakers for LEDucation, the seventh annual event on LED technology that will take place on March 20, 2013 here.

Seminars include: "Can LEDs Make Code Compliance Easier?" led by Marty Salzberg, IALD, IES, senior associate from Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design and Michael Mehl from Jaros, Baum & Bolles, who will discuss current energy codes and how LEDs assist with code compliance; "Anatomy of a Project," led by Janet Lennox Moyer and C. Brooke Silber from Jan & Brooke, Luminae, who will outline some of the issues associated with using LEDs for interior and exterior projects; and "Controlling LED Lighting," presented by Craig Fox from ETC Architectural and Jesse Lowenstein, iGuzzini Lighting USA.

"We have a very diverse lineup of educational sessions for this year's LEDucation event," said Wendy Kaplan of Feelux Lighting, speaker chair. "We have industry experts leading informative discussions on the new ZHAGA standard and how this new tool can help address the new NEMA Standards for dimming. We also have a variety of presentations that can help attendees learn to work more efficiently and effectively with LED technology in their projects from both a design perspective, as well as a controls platform. And as our LEDucation tradition continues, we continue to provide attendees with the latest information on meeting and addressing code compliance and standards."

More information and online registration can be found at leducation.org. LEDucation 7 will be held at the Hotel Pennsylvania in the Penn Plaza Pavilion.

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