An increase in the variety of energy-efficient lighting products over the past two decades has triggered the development of numerous voluntary energy-efficiency certification programs, performance initiatives, and labeling standards. Compliance with any or all of these voluntary programs can be a significant source of differentiation, revenue, leadership, promotion, and pride for lighting manufacturers — factors that represent compelling reasons for manufacturers to invest time and resources into the pursuit and achievement of these voluntary standards.  

The latest white paper from Intertek, a source for fast, accurate, accredited testing to internationally recognized energy efficiency programs and initiatives, provides a comprehensive overview of some of the industry’s most popular voluntary energy efficiency certification programs, performance initiatives, and labeling/packaging standards for lighting products in the United States and Canada, and outlines the three key performance indicators that play a recurring role throughout the various program requirements.

Download the white paper here.