Available March 25, 2010
Non Members: $225.00
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to ask questions and make comments on educational topics.
Cities and public works departments face an ongoing effort to serve the
public with better lighting and to reduce their carbon footprints and energy
costs. LED street light installations are being tested around North America and
are demonstrating their ability to improve results for both the operators of
street lights and the people who use them. Speakers will explain LED
technologies currently availble for city/public use and present case studies on
street lighting and traffic lighting pilot programs currently underway in North
After this program, participants will better be able to:
This program has been approved for .2 CEUs or 2 PDHs. The form to request
these credits is included in the handouts for this program. Please note there is
a $5 fee per individual requesting CEUs. For additional CEU information, please
- Recognize light emitting diode technologies and their applications
- Realize energy saving potentials from alternative lighting technologies
- Identify long term financial saving associated with LED technology
- Recognize potential pitfalls for the process and plan how to avoid them
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with our educational offerings. You can exchange messages or read posted
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topics. We encourage your participation and hope to see you there often.
||Jordan V. (Jody) Morgan, C.E.T.
Traffic Signals Maintenance Analyst
Public Works Department
Jody Morgan has been with the City of Winnipeg Traffic Signals Department for more than 30 years, with hands-on experience with many styles of traffic control equipment. For more than 15 years, he was involved in the development of signal timing plans at local intersections as well as coordinating signals in complex networks. He has developed detailed performance specifications for some signal equipment used in Winnipeg. One of his job's current long-term responsibilities is to track the changeover of incandescent traffic signal displays to Light Emitting Diode (LED) displays.
He has been a member of the International Municipal Signal Association for 5 years and is IMSA Canadian Prairie’s Director for Manitoba.
Park Avenue Lighting, Inc.
With over 20 years of municipal street lighting experience and 6 years of LED lighting research and product review Michael is considered a leading expert in the field. As the project manager he was responsible for the LED street light conversion of 1046 fixtures in the city of Ann Arbor, MI. These were a mix of HPS and MH fixtures.
This project has won national acclaim and has been featured on several medias including the Wall Street Journal, NBC Nightly News, The New York Times, IBEW Electric TV and the National Building Museum DOE Presentation.
The project has also won the ICLE climate award and has been presented to the International Dark Sky Associations annual conference and to White House Energy Staffers in Washington D.C.
Farmington Hills, MI
Robert Hahn is currently the General Manger of Lumecon LLC, a Representative and Distributor firm for Relume Technologies Outdoor LED lighting products, CREE LED Lighting Solutions and Lumecon LED Wallpack. Before taking on this role Bob served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Relume Technologies. Bob is a graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in General Business Administration and currently serves as the National Vendor Secretary for the International Municipal Signal Association. For the last six years Bob has helped develop and market LED products around the world using Relume’s patented thermal dissipation processes and unique heat sinking designs as well as CREE’s superior color mixing technology for indoor applications. Lumecon has also launched several of their own LED products including a Wallpack and Traffic related items.