Guidance on planning and executing lighting retrofits within a "Good, Better, or Better Yet" framework, with emphasis on the cost effectiveness and relative benefits of the solutions.
Topics covered include:
- Distinguishing features of "Good, Better, or Better Yet" lighting retrofits
- Marrying design approach to LED lighting and control integration
- Basic metrics to evaluate effective design approaches
- Practical examples of lighting upgrades
- Relative cost and payback of "Good, Better, or Better Yet" lighting retrofits
- Guidance on non-technical process challenges of lighting retrofits