Recorded at Lightfair in the NAILD booth, the Get A Grip on Lighting Podcast is joined by Robin Watt, President of NAILD and Brady Nemeth of the DesignLights Consortium. We speak about DLC 4.0, the future of lighting, color temperature, new tech at Lightfair, horticulture lighting, and much more. Listen to our first podcast recorded straight from the Lightfair floor and our first one with two special guests.
Spencer Miles, VP of Pacific Lamp & Supply and NAILD board member, joins the Get A Grip on Lighting Podcast. Pacific Lamp has been in business for over 100 years and Spencer has seen his fair share of lighting moments. We discuss some interesting lighting topics like MRO versus project work, Illumigeddon (end of the LED revolution), subscription-based lighting concept, American manufactured lamps, and more. We even get a surprise visit by a mystery guest.
Greg Ehrich, Co-Host of the Get A Grip On Lighting Podcast & VP of Premier Lighting, tells his lighting story on the Get A Grip on Lighting Podcast. He goes through his experience as a lighting distributor, talking about the lighting industry, NAILD, rebate programs, evolution of LEDs, and more. There's even a sneak peak on the next episode's guest.
Brady Nemeth of the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) joins the Get A Grip on Lighting Podcast. Brady is a program specialist with the DLC and we discuss many topics pertaining to lighting and the DLC, like the incentive program, NAILD, DLC 4.0 initiatives, control systems, Chinese lighting manufacturers, and funding sources of the DLC.
Jason Bader of the Distribution Team joins the Get A Grip on Lighting Podcast. Jason is the President of the Distribution Team and he's a subject matter expert. We discuss many topics pertaining to the lighting industry, like lighting associations and inventory management for lighting distributors.
Lighting Heavyweight and IES Industry Relations Manager Mark Lien visits with the hosts of the Get A Grip on Lighting Podcast. The discussion worked its way from Quality vs. Efficiency, lighting as a service LaaS, DesignLights Consortium, US Green Buildings Council, the outlook for the IES, the future of the lighting business and more. Enjoy!