BC Hydro Power Smart Alliances and IES BC 1.Complying with ASHRAE / IES Standard 2.Latest LED Lighting technology [VICTORIA]


Complying with ASHRAE/ IES Standard 90.1-2010 for lighting: 10 points to remember


PLEASE BE ADVISED: This registration is for the Event in Victoria as a joined event between IESBC and BC Hydro Power Smart Alliance. A similar lecture will be given on the day before, October 27th, in Vancouver for PSA members. Please refer to PSA website for Vancouver event.




Nikolay Smirnov              

 Complying with ASHRAE/ IES Standard 90.1-2010 for lighting: 10 points to remember

 In December 2013 the British Columbia Building Code was updated with a new set of requirements for Part 3 buildings’ energy performance directly based on the NECB 2011 and ASHRAE/ IES Standard 90.1-2010 documents. As a result, the energy performance of the lighting systems has increased significantly. However, while   the general lighting design trends have adjusted well to the new standards, after almost 2 years of enforcement some particular requirements are still not effectively comprehended.


This presentation will reveal some important details of the lighting and electrical power requirements of ASHRAE/ IES Standard 90.1-2010 that lighting designers, electrical engineering consultants, green building consultants need to make sure of when complying with the current BC Building Code energy requirements.




Next generation lighting technologies


Eric Strandberg

 LEDs have now reached the tipping point, and there is a continuing stream of new products entering the marketplace.

 Keep up to speed with the rapidly changing field of lighting with, Eric Strandberg, lighting specialist with Seattle Lighting Design Lab.  Discover some of the new products that have been introduced in the last year, drawn from award winning lamps and fixtures from LightFair International, the IES Progress Report as well as other interesting new lighting innovations being applied now, and in the coming years.


Who is the target audience?


          Electrical Engineers


          Lighting Designers


          Electrical contractors




          Interior Designers 


Learning objective to be achieved.  Each program must have at least four (4) learning objectives clearly stated to indicate what new knowledge or skill participants will gain from the program. These should be clear, actionable statements of what you want the attendee to learn and must be clearly defined and communicated to participants in meeting announcements and at the beginning of the program.  Please list the learning objectives below.


1. Attendees will be able to describe Latest LED Technology and the future of the LEDs and Building code related to Lighting in BC.


2. Attendees will be able to analyze the IES Progress Report, the efficacy of current and upcoming LED Solution what needed to be cover with the new ASHRAE 90.1 2010 standard.


3. Attendees will be able to identify interesting new lighting innovations and difference between ASHARE 2007 and 2010 requirements.


4. Attendees will be able to compare LED Lighting solution, LED bulb from IES Progress Report and ASHARE calculation method.


This Seminar is NCQLP and AIA approved and qualifies for 2.5 IES CEU’s.


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SLS Lighting


Gold Partners


Silver Partners

Symmetry Visioneering     Intense Lighting