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Codes Open Opportunities for Retrocommissioning Lighting Controls

"Retrocommissioning is applicable if changes have been made to the space or control system. For example, a renovation may result in new surface finishes, which may change reflectances." Craig DiLouie

The Lighting Controls Association (LCA) posts an extensive look at the concerns involved in retrocommissioning lighting control systems in line with recent updated building codes requiring use of lighting controls to support tenant energy saving practices. Craig DiLouie of LCA says the new codes mean demand for commissioning as a quality control concern will increase.

“This process helps ensure that installed controls satisfy both the design intent and owner requirements by mi

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