Show Me the Data: Who Is Responsible for Connected Lighting Energy Data Accuracy?

When:  Mar 5, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (ET)

Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryThere is growing interest in sharing energy data from data-producing devices, but the value of that data is often dependent on the level of accuracy needed for a specific use case. Manufacturers of data-producing devices, as well as end-users with particularly stringent needs, may need to validate or characterize the reporting accuracy of these devices. This webinar will provide guidance for the calibration of energy-measuring devices, including a specification template and an overview of the few laboratories that are accredited to perform such calibrations in the U.S.

Webinar participants are eligible for one (1) IES Continuing Education Unit (CEU).

Michael PoplawskiPRESENTERS: Michael Poplawski and Jason Tuenge, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Michael Poplawski is a senior engineer at PNNL, where he supports the U.S. Department of Energy Solid-State Lighting program, primarily in the areas of connected lighting system technology evaluation and demonstration, standards and specification development, and the estimation of lighting energy end-use consumption.

Jason TuengeJason Tuenge is a lighting engineer at PNNL, where much of his work supports the U.S. Department of Energy Solid-State Lighting program. In recent years, as part of PNNL’s Advanced Lighting team, Jason’s work has focused on collaborating with industry to identify and address the technology development needs of connected lighting systems.


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