Don’t Be Mis-LED, Lighting in the Post-Incandescent Age
In this 90 min seminar, Shelley Wang, President WAC Lighting and Norm Brown CLC, will discuss the opportunity of how to create lighting that is more sustainable and energy efficient while also being beautiful and high quality using the newest light-emitting diode (LED) products on the market. Don’t be Mis-LED?Learn how to be an informed buyer of LED lighting. Lighting applications that use light-emitting diodes are referred to as solid-state lighting (SSL). According to the U.S. Department of Energy, by 2025, SSL could displace general illumination light sources such as incandescent and fluorescent lamps, decreasing national energy consumption for lighting by 29 percent.
Wednesday Nov 4th 6:00PM
Norburn Lighting And Bath
4600 Hastings Street
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About W.A.C. Lighting
WAC Lighting has developed a stellar reputation for high quality decorative and task lighting lines backed by an extraordinary level of service, an unprecedented shipping record, and an extension of its Product Warranty to Five Years.
To reflect the firm’s energy efficiency commitments, corporate social responsibility and community involvement, WAC Lighting has recently changed its brand standard to ‘Responsible Lighting.’ Helping to lead the industry’s sustainability charge, the firm has contributed to social progress with responsible manufacturing practices and energy efficiency technology. The firm employs precision fabrication, stringent sourcing, water recycling, lead-free and zero-landfill capabilities in our wholly owned, clean ISO 9001-certified manufacturing campus. New sustainable CFL and LED lighting products have been added to the extensive line with the most energy efficient technology available. As progress is measured in quality of life, WAC Lighting strives to advance employee empowerment, community involvement with major global and local foundations, and diversity in the workplace.
About Shelley Wang
WAC Lighting President Shelley Wang is a graduate of Cornell University.Described by her peers as ‘Intelligent, Articulate and Responsible,’ Ms. Wang has earned a reputation as a socially conscious and visionary leader. She launched the company’s Responsible Lighting campaign, which highlights a commitment to responsible manufacturing practices and energy efficient technology, as well as providing opportunities for those who are less fortunate.
She also co-organized the American Lighting Association’s Youth Initiative and is active with the American Institute of Architects, National Association of Electrical Distributors, Illuminating Engineering Society of North American and National Executives of Women in Hospitality. Ms. Wang also serves on the Board of Directors of the New York Asian Women’s Center, which helps Asian women and their children to overcome violence, raise public awareness about domestic violence, advocate for the rights of battered women, and create an agenda for social change.