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Advanced energy-efficient lighting systems : progress and potential. Energy.

1993

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From a systems perspective, energy-efficient design should strive to minimize the energy and money required to provide the desired quantity and quality of illumination. A wide spectrum of technologies, design practices, and control strategies exists to increase lighting energy efficiency. We describe the state of the art in energy-efficient lighting (emphasizing field operating conditions rather than product test results) and given an overview of its benefits. We consider existing and emerging lighting components: lamps, ballasts, fixtures, controls and design issues as well as other building systems and features with which lighting interacts, includint HVAC systems. Estimates of the societal cost-effective potential savings from improving lighting energy efficiency rangefrom 50 to 80. of direct lighting energy use in developing and industrialized countries.

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Ministerio de Ambiente y Energía. Secretaría de Planificación del Sub-Sector Energía - Centro de Información de Energía y Ambiente, CIENA

Grettel Ruiz Matarrita

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