Effective January 1, 2011, the EPA will require that all new submissions from manufacturers participating in the ENERGY STAR® program be reviewed by a Certification Body (CB), and that qualification testing be performed under specific criteria. Product qualification requires testing to be performed at EPA-recognized facilities. First-party (manufacturer) facilities can have their test results accepted by the EPA as a part of an approved CB data acceptance program.
UL has earned approval as a Recognized Certification Body (CB) with multiple Testing Laboratories, covering, but not limited to, the following lighting categories:
- Lamps (LED integral lamps, CFL self-ballasted lamps, etc.)
- Luminaires (commericial, industrial, residential, etc.)
- Decorative lighting strings
Please join UL's lighting experts, as we discuss:
- ENERGY STAR® Evaluation and Verification Program Requirements
- Lab and Test Equipment needs for 2011 ENERGY STAR® Requirements
- Streamlined Safety Certification and Energy Efficiency Evaluations – in your own lab
- Proposed Changes to IES LM-79, IES LM-80
- Strategies to leverage ENERGY STAR® in your global lighting business
- Real-Time EPA specification updates and critical dates
Please join UL's technical experts to learn how to maximize your product's revenue potential through our respected, recognized, and cutting-edge ENERGY STAR® programs for Solid State and LED Lighting.