Wireless Lighting Controls and Smart Buildings – Kevin Myles – Friday March 8th
March 8, 2019 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Please join us Friday March 8th for a discussion on wireless lighting controls including energy efficiency and smart buildings by Kevin Myles.
His topic of discussion will be the General Services Administration’s “Proving Ground” program and how advances in LED lighting and wireless lighting control systems are impacting design, procurement and construction of space as well as building operation.
Presently Mr. Myles is a consultant working with Flow Lighting Technologies, and with others, to improve energy efficiency, building operation, and profitability. His interest is in the application of technology to create, Smart Buildings and the connection of various building systems for operational improvement.
Kevin Myles is an attorney, Vietnam Vet, former Military Officer and the retired Former Chief of the Energy and Sustainability Branch for Region 7 of the U.S. General Services Administration. GSA Region 7 encompasses Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and New Mexico. His responsibilities included, government contracting, energy procurement, energy efficiency, building operations, evaluation of new technology, working with utility companies, ESPC contracts and Smart Building initiatives, among others.
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