The New York section of the Illuminating Engineering Society

has announced a special program, Illuminating Dark Skies, to be held on Wednesday, December 18 at Con Edison, 4 Irving Place (near Union Square), New York City. A panel discussion will shed light on application and design issues that specifiers, manufacturers, and end users are faced with under “Dark Skies.” The event will also include tabletop exhibits of associated products.

Illuminating Dark Skies will begin at 5:00 p.m. The program features a distinguished panel of experts who will provide informative and up-to-date information relating to the Dark Skies issue. In addition, there will be a select number of manufacturers exhibiting appropriate lighting products. Illuminating Dark Skies is free for all IESNA members, registered students, and Con Edison employees. Guests are welcome and will be charged $10.00.

All attendees must be pre-registered.

The panel of experts includes:

Joanne Lindsley, Lindsley Consultants (opening speaker)
Lynn Holste, GE Lighting Product Manger & IESNA Roadway Lighting Committee
Pam Horner, Osram/ Sylvania , Environmental Programs Manager
Michelle McColgan, Lighting Research Center
Robert Prouse, Brandston Partnership (moderator)

AIA and NCQLP credits are available.

Tabletop exhibitors and other details will be posted at the IESNY website, as information becomes available.