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As Lutron executives planned the company’s Washington, D.C., Commercial Experience Center, energy efficiency, sustainability and LEED certification were all top of mind.
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A Lutron Quantum Total Light Management™ system controls all the lights and shades in the center, and serves as an important training tool.
The center was awarded LEED Gold under the LEED for Commercial Interiors rating system (version 2009) in October 2011, achieving 63 points with 19 points attributable to the light controls in the space. “By using light control to contribute to LEED Gold certification, we were able to show how impactful Lutron products and solutions can be,” explains Marc Berman.Given the extraordinary importance of climate protection and the central role of the building industry in that effort, Lutron demonstrates their leadership through LEED certification of their Washington, DC Experience Center,” says Rick Fedrizzi, President, CEO & Founding Chair, USGBC.The Lutron center is quickly becoming a training destination for architects, facility managers, and electrical engineers who come to learn how to save energy, reduce costs, achieve LEED certification, and meet building codes on their projects. The ability to discuss and demonstrate daylight harvesting strategies is cited as the biggest draw for most visitors