NLB News 2018

NLB News 2018 2018-07-19T10:35:30+00:00

12.03.18 Ray Kasmark Elected Chair of the National Lighting Bureau

Shepherdstown, WV December 3, 2018: Raymond E. “Ray” Kasmark, Jr. has been elected chair of the National Lighting Bureau (NLB), the independent, not-for-profit, lighting-education foundation sponsored by professional societies, trade associations, manufacturers, utilities, [...]

11.30.18 Protocols for Wired and Wireless Control Systems Discussed at National Lighting Bureau’s 7th Annual Lighting Forum

Shepherdstown, WV, November 26, 2018 – “Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about wired and wireless control protocols for residential and nonresidential lighting” might just as well be the title of a fascinating, [...]

11.08.18 More than 5,500 Lighting-Designer Listings Make Up National Lighting Bureau’s “Lighting-Designer Directory”; New Expansion into Canada

Shepherdstown, WV: The National Lighting Bureau (NLB) has launched NLB-TV with more than 200 videos comprising a collection that is likely to grow to 500 or more within a year, according to NLB [...]

10.25.18 National Lighting Bureau Launches NLB-TV

Shepherdstown, WV: The National Lighting Bureau (NLB) has launched NLB-TV with more than 200 videos comprising a collection that is likely to grow to 500 or more within a year, according to NLB [...]

07.17.18 NEMA Study Examining Outdoor Lighting and Human/Animal Factors Now Available from NLB’s Free Lighting Bookstore

Shepherdstown, WV: “Outdoor lighting at night provides many obvious and accepted benefits to society, including the ability to safely travel on roadways, facilitate commerce, enable outdoor activities such as recreation, provide for the [...]

06.26.18 National Lighting Bureau Launches 39th High-Benefit Lighting® Awards Program

Shepherdstown, WV—The National Lighting Bureau’s announced its 39th annual High-Benefit Lighting Awards Program, a unique program open to owners, developers, architects, engineers, lighting designers, landscape-lighting professionals, interior designers, facility and property managers, constructors, [...]

05.21.18 Lighting Is Focus at World’s First Space Double Platinum-Certified by LEED, WELL

Shepherdstown, WV – The Washington, DC, headquarters office of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) was the first project in the world certified platinum by both the United States Green Building Council [...]

04.09.18 It’s Not Your Father’s Lighting Maintenance Anymore…but Who’s Going to Do It?

Shepherdstown, WV – It used to be that lighting maintenance consisted principally of regularly scheduled cleaning and relamping. No more. As continually more lighting systems incorporate “high-tech” design and components, the personnel needed [...]

02.13.18 If LEDs Can Reduce Lighting-Energy Consumption to Almost As Low As Possible, What’s Next? Where’s the Value Going Forward? Do LEDs Offer Non-Energy Benefits?

Shepherdstown, WV — The non-energy benefits of lighting have long been the focus of the National Lighting Bureau. Established in 1976, the not-for-profit lighting-information service was created to advocate for “High-Benefit Lighting®”; i.e., [...]

01.17.18 Cary Mendelsohn Elected National Lighting Bureau Chair

Shepherdstown, WV: Cary S. Mendelsohn, CLMC, has been elected chair of the National Lighting Bureau (NLB), the independent, not-for-profit, lighting-education foundation sponsored by professional societies, trade associations, manufacturers, utilities, and agencies of the [...]

01.08.18 National Lighting Bureau Panel Discusses New Way to Specify Lighting-Color Impacts: Panel-Discussion Video Available Free

Shepherdstown, WV—The incandescent light bulb is no longer the symbol of ideas. Surprisingly, perhaps, the new symbol may be – of all things – a street-/highway-lighting pole, which just so happens to be the [...]