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Updates about Energy Performance Contracting

EU-project Street Light - EPC offers up-to-date tools and guidelines about Energy Performance Contracting.

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GPP for Street Lighting and Traffic Signs

1st Working Group meeting 22 November 2016 in Seville (Spain).

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Cost and energy saving with LED indoor lighting

Tools, Best Practice examples and information for your succesful lighting planning.

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Light + Building

The world’s leading trade fair for lighting and building services technology. The next Light + Building will be held from 18 to 23 March 2018.

Frankfurt a. Main

ForumLED Europe

Designed for developing companies and successful LED lighting projects

Lyon (France)

LuxLive 2016

Europe’s biggest annual lighting event

London (England)

GPP for Street Lighting and Traffic Signs

1st Ad-Hoc Working Group (AHWG) meeting

Seville (Spain)

ELMÄSSAN

Largest network of shows in lighting & installation in the North

Stockholm (Sweden)

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Smart Lighting Partnership

Philips Lighting Forms Smart Lighting Partnership with Huawei

Switching to LED street lighting could alter urban bat behaviour

The effect on bats of the replacement of mercury lamps with light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in street lighting has been investigated in a recent study. Artificial light affects bat species differently and the activity of species normally more sensitive to light were affected less by the new LED street lamps than by traditional mercury lamps. Use of LEDs may, therefore, help to reduce the impacts of outdoor lighting on light-sensitive bats, if used at an appropriate level.

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Comparing life-cycle costs of road-lighting technologies

The economic costs of replacing energy inefficient high-pressure mercury (HPM) lamps, used in outdoor lighting, with more efficient alternatives have been explored in a recent study. High-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps would be more cost effective than light-emitting-diode (LED) technology, although the researchers say LEDs could become more economical in the future.

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