Credits Associated With Low-Voltage LED Lighting and Lighting Control

Energy savings are a key element for certification in most LEED projects. LumaStream’s low-voltage distribution system maximizes the energy efficiency of an LED lighting system, while adding other benefits to reach new LEED heights. For example, adding lighting control can boost your credits in additional LEED categories. Here are the LEED points to target with your next lighting project.

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Energy and Atmosphere: 1-10 points

This category promotes optimizing the energy performance of a building through innovative strategies. Using energy-efficient LED lighting throughout your project could be worth anywhere from 1-10 certification points.

Indoor Environment Quality: 1 point

This category promotes better indoor air quality and access to daylight and views. Adding daylight harvesting or occupancy and vacancy sensors tied to a lighting control system may help earn this credit.

Sustainable Sites: 1 point

Reducing light pollution can earn 1 pt. toward LEED certification. LED lighting can be programmed to automatically dim in response to ambient light or time of day, eliminating wasted light. It can also be programmed to automatically shut off.

Innovation and Design Process: 1-4 points

Sourcing innovative products could earn between 1-4 points towards LEED certification. Low-voltage LED lighting is a new and innovative technology, and may qualify under this category.

Total possible points: 16 points