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    Lutw  vle for unac -dr. dave irvine halliday Lutw vle for unac -dr. dave irvine halliday Presentation Transcript

    • VLE - Social Enterprise Child of LUTW Dr. Dave Irvine-Halliday and Sridhar Ponugupati Visionary Lighting & Energy India (VLE) 17th Nov 2012 , KCP Sugars, Andhra Pradesh, India
    • Awards Finalist IET Innovation Awards, London, UK (24Nov2010) Engineering Institute of Canada, K.Y. Lo Medal (1Mar2008) Honorary Doctorate, Aberdeen University, Scotland (4July 2006) Centennial Medal Award, Alberta Government (23Dec2005) TIME Canada Heroes (20June2005) Meritorious Service Medal (MSM), Canadian Government (30May2005) YMCA Calgary Peace Medal Award (26Nov2004) Alberta Science & Technology Award(15Oct2004) Reader’s Digest Canadian Hero of the Year Award (14June2004) Alberta Emerald Award (9June2004) Saatchi and Saatchi Award Laureate 2003 Tech Museum Award Laureate 2002 Rolex Award Laureate 2002University of Calgary President’s Internationalization Achievement Award 2002 IEEE Third Millennium Medal for Outstanding Contributions 2000 APEGGA Summit Award for Contributions to Society 2000
    • World’s First ChessGame Lit by LEDStrip Light - LUTWAnnapurna Base CampNepal 1999
    • Bulb & Can typeFuel Based Lighting Kerosene Wick Lamps Lapsi Danda Nepal June 2001 Knuckles Range Sri Lanka June 2002
    • Solid State Lighting for the Developing World: The First Generation Family in Thulo Pokhara, Nepal – the first village in the world to be lit permanently by SSLKathmandu, Nepal May 2000 “A foreigner has come and made Thulo Pokhara heaven!” Nepal July 2000
    • Woman and children reading by SSL Jumla, Nepal August 2000“We used to be in darkness, now “This is the first time in the we are in light!” lives of my children that they have been able to read at night!” Nepal August 2000 Sri Lanka 2001
    • Data shows that the torch systems using incandescent lamps cause significantly more environmental damage than do those using solid state lighting. This is mainly due to the larger number of batteries required if using incandescent lamps and is approximately twice as bad if using carbon zinc batteries compared to using alkaline batteries. [Parsons, 2007] LUTW 3WLED Torch BulbUnbreakable & Extends Battery Life by 10 times Kathmandu, Nepal July 1999
    • Pico Power Nepal: A Success Story July 2001
    • LUTW provides the first solid state hospital operatingtheatre lighting in the developing world.Bagdogra, India – July 2001
    • Street Lighting by PPNand LUTW in (Butanese)Refugee CampDamak, Nepal Dec. 2006
    • Economic Cost of Fossil Fuel Based Sources of Lighting at the Global Level• One in three people world wide (around 2 billion) obtain light with kerosene and other fuels, paying $38 billion/year• This amounts to 20% of global lighting costs, however, they receive less than 0.1% of the resulting lighting energy services (Mills, 2005)• The poor are spending $5-20/kWh for their energy services which can represent up to 30% of household income, in comparison to $0.15/kWh in developed countries
    • “They have given us eyes!”Uri VillageSouthern AnnapurnaHimalayaNepal 16 April 2009
    • Where is all this happening? Chad Afghanistan Mongolia Niger Pakistan Nepal China MaliCanada Haiti Burma Dominican TibetMexico Republic BhutanGuatemala Cambodia Yemen India Honduras Ghana Philippines Nicaragua Cameroon Kenya Malaysia Costa Rica Congo Uganda Sri Lanka Angola Rwanda Ecuador Namibia Tanzania Indonesia Peru South Africa Bolivia Zambia Papua New Guinea Brazil Chile Argentina Light Up The World Foundation www.lutw.org
    • Namaste