Hubbell Control Solutions announced PowerHUBB ™ has been added to the DesignLights Consortium® (“DLC”) Qualified Products List (“QPL”), in the category of Networked Lighting Control (“NLC”) systems.
Projects across the United States and Canada that include PowerHUBB are now eligible for significant rebates with local utilities and energy efficiency programs. In many cases these projects that reference compliant solutions on the DLC QPL qualify for the highest level of rebates available and an increasing number of commercial project RFP’s are mandating the use of QPL products. About 80 percent of rebate programs in the U.S. qualify products using the DLC’s Qualified Products List.
The DLC is a non-profit organization designed to accelerate the widespread adoption of high-performing commercial lighting solutions. It tests and promotes high-quality, energy-efficient lighting products in collaboration with utilities and energy efficiency program members, manufacturers, lighting designers, and federal, state, and local entities.
The DLC’s Networked Lighting Controls QPL identifies systems that are eligible for utility rebates and incentives by meeting minimum DLC Technical Requirements. Containing 22 categories of both required and reported system capabilities, the QPL also serves as a product comparison tool for architects, specifiers, engineers, and contractors. Key required capabilities include individual fixture control using a true networked control system, reconfigurable zoning, scheduling, daylight harvesting, and motion sensing.
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