University, sustainability experts provide insight into how any building can become green, efficient
March 7, 2017, Longmont, CO – Terralux, a leader in defining where intelligent buildings meet environmental design and where light, power and data converge, invites universities, building owners, property managers and green technology enthusiasts to a free insider’s look at how Princeton University is improving its sustainability. The one-hour webinar, “Princeton University’s Path to Reducing its Carbon Footprint”, will take place Wednesday, March 29th.
Princeton will discuss the University’s approach to comprehensive sustainability, Greenhouse Gas and energy management plans, and the development of energy-saving ideas that can be applied at other institutions, including the University’s integration of wireless, IoT technology in buildings across campus through Terralux’s LEDSENSE® intelligent building solutions.
Featured speakers will include: Shana Weber, Ph.D., Director, Office of Sustainability, Princeton University, William Broadhurst, Campus Energy Manager, Princeton University, Arthur Murphy, Project Energy Engineer, Princeton University, Matthew Sallee, Director of Strategic Marketing, Terralux.
Terralux is offering complimentary registration to the live event and an on-demand recording of the presentation. If registrants want to watch the presentation again or have a scheduling conflict, they can register and access the on-demand version of this webcast, which will be available March 30, 2017 through June 28, 2017.
About Terralux, Inc.
Founded in Boulder, Colorado, Terralux has been designing and manufacturing LED lighting and building intelligence solutions since 2003. Terralux’s IoT building solutions, LEDSENSE®, extends beyond basic lighting controls, providing new thresholds of efficiency and sustainability, all with building occupants in mind. Terralux technology can be found in: multifamily, hospitality, education, office, municipal and retail buildings. The Terralux IP portfolio consists of nearly 100 U.S. and foreign patents, issued or pending.
Laura Baumgartner, Asylum PR