Detroit-based non-profit NextEnergy will hold an advanced lighting and control technologies conference in October, bringing together manufacturers and industry professionals to showcase the state’s advanced lighting products and services.
“Whether you’re a building owner or an industry professional, the Michigan Advanced Lighting Conference is a great opportunity to learn about advanced technologies and how they can be put to use,” says Joshua Brugeman, director of energy efficiency at NextEnergy, located on Burroughs Street across from TechTown.
Brugeman says the conference, to be held on Oct. 29 at the Radisson Hotel in Lansing, will offer presentations and interactive panels on advanced energy technologies, including energy efficient and green lighting materials. In addition, the event will focus on control technologies that offer energy efficient solutions.
The event, which will help businesses and institutions lower energy and operating costs, will include more than 30 exhibits, with many representing Michigan-based businesses.
“Michigan has a deep and diverse eco-system of companies involved in advanced lighting and controls technologies,” Brugeman says. “This includes everything from companies innovating and manufacturing lighting fixtures, to the professionals that specify systems, to the contractors that install them.”
Registration costs $99. To learn more about the conference, click here.