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Human Centric Lighting | Market Assessment | Mar 12, 2021

Light and Wellness Market Assessment

The DLC has released a request for proposals for a consultant to characterize the LED light and wellness lighting market as it pertains to commercial applications. Proposals will be accepted until March 29, 2021.

The DLC is seeking a consultant to characterize the LED light and wellness lighting market as it pertains to commercial applications. Light and wellness (L&W) lighting products are those designed and marketed to provide some circadian lighting attribute(s), such as a differentiated spectral power distribution, color tuning to support different time-of-day protocols, an optimized spatial distribution to increase vertical illuminance levels at the eye, and/or controllability to support one or more of these attributes. Lighting for wellness1 is defined here, per IES TM-18-18, as optical radiation that stimulates the circadian, neuroendocrine, and neurobehavioral systems in humans.

The scope of this market characterization of light and wellness products does not include germicidal and antibacterial/antimicrobial lighting products, products marketed for light therapy (including products for treating depression or seasonal affective disorders, headaches or any skin treatment therapies, etc.), nor residential-grade, consumer-grade products or product categories that are not on the DLC’s Solid-State Lighting Qualified Products List (QPL).

Download: Full Market Assessment Document 

RFP Submittal Deadline & Format
Bidders are required to submit their proposal by March 29, 2021 at 4:00 PM EST via email to Stephen White, Chief Operating Officer, swhite@designlights.org.

About DLC
The DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to achieve energy optimization by enabling controllability with a focus on quality, people, and the environment. The DLC promotes high-quality, energy-efficient lighting products in collaboration with utilities and energy efficiency program members, manufacturers, lighting designers, and federal, state, and local entities. Through these partnerships, the DLC establishes product quality specifications, facilitates thought leadership, and provides information, education, tools and technical expertise.

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