ATG Electronics has become the newest sponsor of the National Lighting Bureau. An independent, not-for-profit foundation established in 1976, the Bureau’s mission is to educate commercial, industrial, residential, and other lighting-system owners, managers, and users about the bottom-line benefits of high-quality illumination; what the Bureau refers to as High-Benefit Lighting®.
Established in 2001, ATG Electronics has dedicated itself to the design and manufacture of cutting-edge LED lighting solutions. Built around the passion, experience, and seasoned expertise of its engineers, ATG offers high-quality products whose performance, energy efficiency, and durability “have earned the ATG brand worldwide recognition,” said the company’s NLB representative, Public Relations Manager Genesis Gonzalez. She noted that Buildings magazine awarded ATG’s eLucent LED high bay recognition as one of 2015’s top money-saving products. ATG’s product catalog also includes canopy lights, flood lights, area lights, wallpacks, mini wallpacks, low bay lighting, recessed troffers, solo troffers, and more. ATG products are qualified by DesignLights Consortium®, UL, cUL, ETL, KEMA, CE, RoHS, GS and PSE. ATG operates two ISO 9001-certified manufacturing facilities in China. The company is headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
Ms. Gonzalez noted that the “National Lighting Bureau has been advocating for quality-oriented lighting for 40 years, pointing out that the investment in quality pays dividends that quickly justify whatever premium quality products and services require. ATG believes in quality; our products show it. It was an easy decision for us to become sponsors of the Bureau. We both share a passion for quality and a strong sense of appreciation for the industry we both support.”
“We’re delighted to have ATG as a sponsor,” said National Lighting Bureau Chair James M. Yorgey, P.E., LC (Lutron Electronics Company, Inc.). The more sponsors we have, the more we can do for all those we serve. That includes the lighting community itself, as well as all those that own, manage, or depend on lighting to achieve their goals and objectives. It’s gratifying to have the Bureau’s service and value recognized by such a prominent member of the lighting community.”