WEBCAST: ENERGY STAR and UL - Maximize your LED revenue potential

Nov. 24, 2010
In this webcast, UL lighting experts will discuss ENERGY STAR evaluation and verification program requirements, lab and test equipment needs for 2011 ENERGY STAR requirements and more.
Title: ENERGY STAR and UL - Maximize your LED revenue potential

Originally Broadcast: Thursday, December 16, 2010

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Effective January 1, 2011, the EPA will require that all new submissions from manufacturers participating in the ENERGY STAR® program be reviewed by a Certification Body (CB), and that qualification testing be performed under specific criteria. Product qualification requires testing to be performed at EPA-recognized facilities. First-party (manufacturer) facilities can have their test results accepted by the EPA as a part of an approved CB data acceptance program.

Underwriters Laboratories has earned approval as a Recognized Certification Body (CB) with multiple Testing Laboratories, covering, but not limited to, the following lighting categories:

• Lamps (LED integral lamps, CFL self-ballasted lamps, etc.)
• Luminaires (commericial, industrial, residential, etc.)
• Decorative lighting strings

Please join UL's lighting experts, as we discuss:

• ENERGY STAR Evaluation and Verification Program Requirements
• Lab and Test Equipment needs for 2011 ENERGY STAR Requirements
• Streamlined Safety Certification and Energy Efficiency Evaluations – in your own lab.
• Proposed Changes to IES LM-79, IES LM-80
• Strategies to leverage ENERGY STAR in your global lighting business
• Real-Time EPA specification updates and critical dates

Please join UL's technical experts to learn how to maximize your product's revenue potential through our respected, recognized, and cutting-edge ENERGY STAR programs for Solid State and LED Lighting.

SPONSOR: Underwriters Laboratories

UL is an independent product safety certification organization that has been testing products and writing standards for safety for more than a century. UL evaluates more than 19,000 types of products, components, materials and systems annually with 20 billion UL Marks appearing on 66,000 manufacturers' products each year. UL's worldwide family of companies and network of service providers includes 68 laboratory, testing and certification facilities serving customers in 102 countries.