WECC's Distributed Lighting Control System monitors energy efficiency evaluation measurement and verification in lighting applications
World Energy Control Corporation's (WECC) Distributed Lighting Control System (DLCS) is designed to allow companies to track and monitor energy efficiency evaluation measurement and verification in lighting applications in real time. The system is engineered to document energy savings, including reduction of carbon footprints, to show eligibility for rebates and tax incentives available through state and federal programs.
The reporting function of the DLCS is designed to assist organizations in determining where energy-saving programs can be improved, assessing the cost-effectiveness of company initiatives, and capturing energy (kWh) and demand (kW) impacts in energy planning.
The WECC DLCS is engineered to enable dynamic scheduling, daylight harvesting, lumen maintenance, bulb/ballast fault detection, and true on-site or remote aggregate control, and meets Title 24 instant-demand response requirements for T5, T8 and HID lamps.