Media Center: About the DLC

The DLC is a non-profit organization improving energy efficiency, lighting quality, and the human experience in the built environment. We collaborate with utilities, energy efficiency programs, manufacturers, lighting designers, building owners, and government entities to create rigorous criteria for lighting performance that keeps up with the pace of technology. Together, we’re creating solutions for a better future with better lighting.

Our mission is to achieve energy optimization by enabling controllability with a focus on quality, people, and the environment. The DLC’s many initiatives include three Qualified Products Lists for energy efficient lighting technology: Solid-State Lighting, Networked Lighting Controls (NLC), and Horticultural Lighting. We also offer an extensive library of resources, research, and tools that help accelerate the adoption of energy efficient, quality lighting solutions.

DLC Member Incentive Program Summaries – Lighting Controls

This table provides an overview of the incentives offered by DLC members for lighting controls. The summaries are intended to help program managers compare offerings, and to inform manufacturers of incentives across DLC member territories.

DLC Member Incentive Program Summaries – Horticultural Lighting

The incentive program summaries are intended to help provide a comparison of horticultural lighting program offerings and incentive levels across DLC Member territories. This table serves as an overview of the territories covered by DLC Members.

DLC Member Incentive Program Summaries – Solid-State Lighting

The incentive program summaries are intended to help provide a comparison of solid-state lighting program offerings and incentive levels across DLC Member territories. This table serves as an overview of the territories covered by DLC Members. 

Upcoming Events & Webinars

LUNA Draft 2 Technical Requirements Overview

The DLC’s LUNA qualification supports energy efficient, high quality outdoor lighting products that reduce sky glow and light trespass, resulting in a better outdoor experience for people and the natural environment and a faster path to meeting energy efficiency goals. This webinar will review the Draft 2 requirements.

Logo Usage & Guidelines

 

The DLC Program Logo is intended for use by:
  • DLC Members
    To indicate membership in the DLC Program on DLC Member webpages.
  • Lighting Testing Laboratories
    To indicate available product testing services necessary for manufacturers to submit an application to the DLC QPL. Laboratories must meet the DLC accreditation requirement to display the logo. The DLC Logos and Trademarks may not be displayed in test reports or be used in a manner that implies the DLC endorsement of a laboratory or its services.
  • Other
    Addition use of the DLC Program Logo will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact info@designlights.org.
Before using the DLC Program Logo, please review the documents below for instructions on proper use.