Lighting is one of the largest energy consumers in the commercial-facility world. Led by LEDs, the lighting landscape has changed dramatically in the past three or four years. For this Commercial Conversation, Ron Runkles and Doug Baillie at NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association, Arlington, VA), have assembled a panel of experts to talk about lighting technology, how it’s changed, how it will change, and the overall impact of this change on energy usage and lighting quality. Click here to download the podcast mp3 file.
The panel consists of David Errigo, LumenOptix LLC; Cheryl Ford, OSRAM Sylvania; and Tom Leonard, Leviton.
- David Errigo is a vertical sales manager for LumenOptix LLC, Montgomeryville, PA, with more than 10 years of lighting experience. His current responsibilities include developing and supporting the ESCO channel nationwide for LumenOptix.
- Cheryl Ford is a marketing manager for OSRAM SYLVANIA, Danvers, MA. She has more than 30 years of lighting experience, has held various positions in engineering, marketing and sales, and is a NCQLP lighting certified professional. Her current responsibilities include product launch, sales collateral development, website messaging, training, and trade show support. She is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
- Tom Leonard is vice president of Marketing & Product Management at Leviton Lighting & Energy Solutions, Portland. Tom is a 25-year veteran of the electrical, lighting, and control industry and has developed and holds multiple patents on lighting controls for energy conservation. He is active in numerous lighting control trade and technical organizations.