The     The Wisconsin Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (WAEE)

CREE - LED Lighting Revolution

  • 26 Apr 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • 9201 Washington Avenue, Racine, WI


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The WAEE is honored to visit CREE and learn about the latest in LED lighting.  We’re at a historic time in the lighting industry that is simply unparalleled. In the last few years, LED technology has increased efficacy levels up to 150 Lumens per watt in luminaires that helped to deliver reduced power consumption and drive profitable payback solutions. The magic of LED technology, unlike traditional lighting sources, is that it continues to become more efficacious (Lumens per watt) as the technology develops and new discoveries are made. But how can we continue to push the boundaries of LED lighting for ultra-efficient energy solutions?

Please join the WAEE for our April 2017 monthly meeting to learn about the latest LED lighting efficacy and efficiency technologies, and network with fellow energy conscious individuals.



9201 Washington Avenue

Racine, WI


Free for WAEE members, corporate sponsors, guests, and first time attendees.

$15.00 for non-members

First time attendees - please contact any of the WAEE board members for registration code.


12:00 Lunch - courtesy of CREE!

12:20 WAEE Chapter Updates

12:30 LED Lighting Revolution, Mr. Eric Haugaard, CREE

2:00   Tour

3:00   Adjourn


The WAEE board will meet at 10:30.  Anyone interested in learning more about our chapter or getting more involved is welcome to attend.  The board is comprised of energy industry professionals who volunteer their time to promote education and awareness in the energy industry.


Exit Interstate 41/94 at Hwy 20, east towards Racine.  Follow Hwy 20 (Washington Road) East to 92nd Street, turn right. Enter CREE off of 92nd Street at the north parking lot entrance.

Parking is available in the lots north and northwest of the facility between CREE and Hwy 20/Washington Road.

Please enter at the building's Northeast entrance with the glass atrium.

Car pooling is encouraged and recommended.

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