Energy Center of Wisconsin | Implementation of successful daylighting control systems
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Scott Schuetter
Scott Schuetter
PE, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Energy Engineer

Scott Hackel
Scott Hackel
PE, LEED AP, Senior Energy Engineer

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Implementation of successful daylighting control systems

Free on-demand webcast (originally broadcast Thursday, February 28, 2013)
Presented by Scott Schuetter, PE, LEED AP BD+C and Scott Hackel, PE, LEED AP
Senior Energy Engineers, Energy Center of Wisconsin

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Daylighting control, or daylight harvesting, has become a common energy-savings strategy when designing for sustainability. Although automatic daylighting controls are growing in popularity, several barriers still exist to successfully implement these technologies in mainstream construction.

Best practices suggest that successful automatic daylighting controls require a significant commissioning effort (including calibration and functional testing) in order to reach full energy-savings potential. In this webinar, Hackel and Schuetter will discuss their research findings from monitoring and commissioning several daylighting control systems in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Field performance results will be shared and guidelines for successful execution, startup and commissioning of these systems will be addressed.

Who should watch

Lighting contractors, electricians, energy program design and implementation professionals, lighting designers, architects, building owners, commercial building energy advocates, interior designers, property managers, facility managers, utility representatives and anyone interested in lighting technologies.

About the presenters

Scott Schuetter

Scott Schuetter, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Energy Engineer, Energy Center of Wisconsin

Scott analyzes efficient building designs and researches various energy efficiency technologies in his role at the Energy Center. He has extensive experience with both energy and daylight modeling and serves as program manager for the Daylighting Collaborative. more...

Scott Hackel

Scott Hackel, PE, LEED AP, Senior Energy Engineer, Energy Center of Wisconsin

Scott consults with architects and engineers on energy efficient building designs and systems. He conducts applied research on different energy efficiency technologies and assists utilities in developing efficiency programs. more...

Special recognition
Mark Vincent, PE, LEED AP, former Energy Engineer, Energy Center of Wisconsin, also contributed to the research findings revealed during this webinar.