Advanced Lighting Control Systems for Indoor Commercial Applications, including Wireless - 117

Description:
Advanced lighting control systems, often with wireless sensors, that provide easy access for monitoring, scheduling, and control through centralized systems, usually interfacing with building automation systems and often providing remote access through the internet.
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* ENERGY SAVINGS
How significant and reliable are the energy savings per unit?

* NON-ENERGY BENEFITS
How great are the non-energy advantages for the end user for adopting this technology?

* TECHNOLOGY READINESS
How ready are the product(s) and providers to scale up for widespread use in the Pacific Northwest?

* EASE OF ADOPTION: How easy is it for the end user to change to the proposed technology?

* VALUE: Considering all costs and all benefits, how good of a buy is this technology for the owner?

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