As of Tuesday, May 3, the DLC requires all users to create a MyDLC account to access and search the QPLs. More details.

Due to a high volume of SSL and Hort applications, initial and comprehensive review timeframes are currently extended by 10 days each. Beginning April 11, review priority will be given to applications updating V5.0 products to V5.1, which may also impact review timeframes for all other SSL application types. Any other applications submitted between April 11 and May 1 will not begin the initial review process until the first week of May. Click here for more details about SSL application review timeframes, and here for more details about Hort review timeframes. Thank you for your understanding!

Join the Consortium.

The DLC is a non-profit organization improving energy efficiency, lighting quality, and the human experience in the built environment. We collaborate with a wide variety of commercial lighting players to create comprehensive criteria for lighting performance that keeps up with the pace of technology. Together, we’re creating solutions for a better future with better lighting.

Ways to Get Involved

For the last ten years we’ve adapted to the rapidly-changing and evolving needs of the commercial lighting industry, in big part because of the support and input we receive through consortium activities. Whether you represent energy efficiency programs, regulatory bodies, manufacturers, test labs, lighting designers, distributors, trade allies, horticultural growers, or someone else with an interest in commercial lighting we encourage you to join us! Diverse perspectives result in creative problem solving and comprehensive solutions.

See the many ways to connect with the DLC and join in on consortium activities!

Industry Collaboration

 

  • Create a MyDLC account

    Create a MyDLC account

    Website visitors are encouraged to create a MyDLC account to customize your DLC experience. Through your MyDLC dashboard you’ll have direct access to content relevant to your needs.

  • Subscribe for email updates

    Subscribe for email updates

    Anyone may subscribe to receive email updates to stay connected with the DLC. You will periodically get information on revisions to Technical Requirements and timelines, upcoming events, and relevant news.

  • Comment on draft policies

    Comment on draft policies

    Feedback is welcomed from a wide variety of people to ensure that enhancements to the Technical Requirements serve the needs and interests of all users. Please join our webinars where proposed changes are introduced and review the draft policies so you can submit feedback via comment forms.

  • Submit products for qualification

    Submit products for qualification

    LED and controls manufacturers may submit products for qualification. Submissions go through a rigorous application process to ensure products meet or exceed the minimum requirements outlined in the current Technical Requirements. Qualified systems then get listed on the corresponding Qualified Products Lists (QPLs) making them eligible for rebates.

  • Find qualified products

    Find qualified products

    Any person looking for high performing, energy-saving solid-state lighting, horticultural LEDs, and control systems can search the DLC Qualified Products Lists (QPLs).

Utility or energy efficiency program? Become a Member.

DLC Members are utility energy efficiency programs and regional energy efficiency organizations throughout the U.S. and Canada. Our Members are integral to the success of the DLC’s mission: to achieve energy optimization by enabling interconnected solutions with a focus on quality for people and the environment. Together, our Members create a collective force of expertise providing insight into DLC policy and specification development on topics such as quality, performance, and energy efficiency to drive lighting market transformation.

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Other ideas for collaboration?

In collaboration with consortium participants, we will continue to drive energy efficiency, high-performing lighting products.  Together we can ensure the lighting industry stays at the forefront of sustainability and carbon reduction efforts. If there are ways you’d like to increase your engagement with the DLC or you have ideas for new consortium activities please let us know!