11/22/2010

Distributed Lighting Control System by World Energy Control Corporation (WECC)

 
Distributed Lighting Control System by World Energy Control Corporation (WECC)

Track and monitor Energy Efficiency Evaluation Measurement and Verification (as defined by the State of California) in lighting applications, in real-time, with WECC’s Distributed Lighting Control System (DLCS). In addition to tracking and monitoring, the system documents energy savings, including reduction of carbon footprints, to show eligibility for rebates and tax incentives available through state and federal programs. The reporting function of the DLCS assists organizations in determining where energy-saving programs can be improved, assessing the cost-effectiveness of company initiatives and capturing energy (kWh) and demand (kW) impacts in energy planning. The DLCS provides true aggregate control for each light fixture, room, zone, floor, building, or campus by using the local network to control access via desktop computer, laptop or smartphone.

To learn more, visit www.worldenergycontrol.com.

 

 
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