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Energy Efficient Lighting Basics

The Basics of Energy Efficient Lighting

Modern energy efficient lighting technology is rapidly evolving and is creating opportunities for U.S. businesses and consumers alike to save money and the environment. Lighting represents about 20% of all electricity use in the United States with the cost to businesses and consumers topping $50 billion a year, according to the Department of Energy (DOE). That’s the same dollar amount the federal agency estimates is being wasted annually by the owners of 2.8 million U.S. commercial, industrial and institutional buildings that rely on outdated lighting systems. A company maintaining a standard 50,000-square-foot commercial building can spend up to $45,000 annually […]

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Lighting Information Resources

Documents EPA – Lighting Fundamentals [PDF – 28 pages] EPA – Lighting Upgrade Technologies [PDF – 44 pages] Energy Savings Modeling and Inspection Guidelines for Commercial Building Federal Tax Deductions [PDF – 54 pages] LED Frequently Asked Questions [PDF – 2 pages] DOE SSL Lighting Facts Program [PDF – 2 pages] DOE Update on the DOE Lighting Facts Program [PDF – 17 pages] DOE Guide to Energy Efficient Lighting [PDF – 2 pages] DOE / FEMP – Economics of Energy Effective Lighting for Offices [PDF – 4 pages] Web Sites NLB.org High Benefit Lighting Library DOE Building Technologies Program Lawrence Berkeley – Efficient Lighting NEMA […]

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The Global Lighting Market by the Numbers, Courtesy of Philips – Seeking Alpha

Reprinted from Seeking Alpha Lighting. It’s not as sexy as electric cars, solar thermal plants or biofuels, But it’s a key component of greentech. Kaj de Daas, chiarman of Philips Lighting North America (a subsidiary of Royal Philips (PHG)), provided an overview of the lighting market at the Dow Jones Alternative Energy Innovations conference today and here’s what he said: $75 billion: the overall size of the global lighting market. The U.S. accounts for 20 percent of the total. (Philips does about $3.5 billion a year.) 52: The average number of light sockets in a U.S. home. Put another way, […]

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