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Title: The European Lighting Industry Position on How to Maximise the Potential Benefits of European Policy on Energy Efficiency in Lighting January 2008


1
The European Lighting Industry Position onHow to
Maximise the Potential Benefits of European
Policyon Energy Efficiency in LightingJanuary
2008
2
A presentation
  • ELC CELMA, together in RoMS
  • Why we need to achieve energy efficient lighting
  • The ELC CELMA Joint Position on Lighting

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ELC CELMA, TOGETHER IN ROMS
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European Lamp Companies Federation (ELC)
  • 7 Member companies

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  • collectively employ over 50,000 people in Europe
  • annual turnover in Europe of 5 billion
  • www.elcfed.org

5
European Luminaires and Ballasts Industry (CELMA)
  • 18 National Manufacturers Associations for
    Luminaires and Electrotechnical Components for
    Luminaires in 13 EU countries
  • Represents more than 1000 companies (majority of
    small and medium-sized companies)
  • Directly employs more than 60 000 people in
    Europe
  • Generate over 12 billion Euro annually
  • http//www.celma.org

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ELC CELMA, together in RoMS
  • ELC CELMA work together in RoMS (Roll-Out
    Member States), the first joint lighting industry
    national outreach programme on energy efficiency
  • Currently, one of few such joint industry
    programmes in Europe
  • Currently operating actively in 12 countries and
    soon operating in more European countries

7
Working together to..
  • Support European governments to develop policy
    and other measures that deliver significant CO2
    emission reductions through increasing the uptake
    of energy efficient lighting.
  • Help governments to meet their National and
    European targets in a quick, practical and cost
    effective way.
  • Help to identify the barriers to change and
    assist end users to overcome these barriers.
  • Work with a range of stakeholders (our value
    chain, NGOs, retailers etc) to develop and
    communicate user friendly information to end
    consumers on how to achieve savings through
    energy efficient lighting technology.

8
WHY WE NEED TO ACHIEVE ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHTING
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Lighting a significant consumer of electricity
  • Lighting consumes 14 of all electricity
    consumption within the EU and 19 of global
    electricity consumption.
  • International Energy Agency
  • Lighting requires as much electricity as is
    produced by all gas-fired generation and 15 more
    than produced by either hydro or nuclear power.
  • Lights Labours Lost Policies for
    Energy-efficient Lighting. IEA

10
The current pictureOver 60 of all Europes
lighting inefficient
  • 1/3 of street lighting in Europe still based on
    old, outdated and inefficient technology
  • current switch over rate is 3 per year -
    meaning it will take another generation to
    upgrade
  • average life-time of lighting installation 40
    years
  • new technology available, more energy efficient
    and better quality light
  • More than 75 of office lighting systems still
    inefficient
  • current switch over rate is 7 per year
  • average life-time of lighting installation 25
    years
  • huge differences in efficiency between old and
    new systems (energy saving potential 30-80)
  • Approximately 85 of lamps currently in EU homes
    are energy inefficient.

11
The facts Costs for CO2-reduction
Source Vattenfall
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THE ELC CELMA JOINT POSITION ON LIGHTING
13
The ELC CELMA response
  • 3 key issues
  • EU-wide Product Standards
  • National measures to encourage renovation of
    existing lighting installations
  • EU-wide Lighting Design Legislation to improve
    light quality as well as the energy efficiency of
    the lighting installation

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Overview
  • Through its joint position, ELC and CELMA aim to
    ensure a quick and effective follow-up to the
    EUs public commitments from March 2007 on
    developing a low carbon economy, in particular
    through a 20 increase in energy efficiency by
    2020.
  • Lighting can contribute via
  • EU-wide product standards
  • Renovation of existing installations
  • EU-wide lighting installation design criteria

15
Issue 1 Product standards (I)
  • Goal development of Implementing Measures under
    the EuP Directive
  • Timing this is the first and quickest way to
    secure significant energy and CO2 savings for new
    lighting products placed in the EU market
  • Labelling CE-marking, sole means of
    identification!

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Issue 1 Product standards (II)
  • Scope
  • IMs should be formulated independently for each
    of the lighting EuPs (lamps, ballasts, optical
    systems of luminaires and control systems -
    standby power)
  • Support for selected product technology-based
    categories and application-independent
  • IMs should contain generic energy efficiency
    criteria for the specific product categories
    listed in the Eco-profiles tables provided by ELC
    and CELMA, independent of the application area
    the products identified by the Commission will
    be removed from the total market!
  • Luminaire optical part tables should not lead to
    additional requirements for lamp categories for
    which no Eco-profiles have been defined

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Issue 2 Renovation of existing installations
  • Goal adoption of complementary national
    legislation that encourage the renovation of
    existing low performing installations, starting
    with street and office lighting
  • nEEAPs under the ESD, a tool to achieve this!

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Issue 3 EU-wide Lighting Design Legislation
  • Goal development of harmonized EU-wide energy
    saving and performance criteria for lighting
    installations, through authority certification of
    lighting designs, based on European Legislation
  • Such rules
  • Would ensure the improvement of light quality
    whilst achieving energy savings
  • Could be part of building codes and public
    procurement rules in the Member States

19
Conclusions
  • ELC CELMA commit to policy-makers and
    regulators
  • To assist the development of workable
    Implementing Measures under the EuP Directive by
    providing technical lighting expertise
  • To provide assistance to drive renovation through
    nEEAPs through our Roll Out Member State (ROMS)
    network
  • To build awareness for the need of harmonised
    lighting design criteria to push for larger
    savings in installations

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ROMS website http//roms.elcfed.org/ ELC
website httpwww.elcfed.org CELMA
website httpwww.celma.org
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