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CBI low-carbon business breakfast: Mike Simpson, Philips Lighting

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Presentation by Mike Simpson, technical & design director, Philips Lighting at the CBI's low-carbon business breakfast. London, 15 April 2010.

Presentation by Mike Simpson, technical & design director, Philips Lighting at the CBI's low-carbon business breakfast. London, 15 April 2010.

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  • 1. Giving consumers the Low Carbon Option
    Mike Simpson
    Technical & Design Director- Philips Lighting
  • 2. 2
  • 3. Embedded sustainability
    • ISO Implementation and certification
    • 4. Company policy requires that all manufacturing sites achieve ISO 14001 certification and introduce environmental management systems to realize this goal.
    • 5. The company also recommends that all non-industrial facilities obtain certification
  • 39
    7
    561
    55
    515
    27
    1850
    788
    2005
    2006
    2007
    2008
    2009
    Strategic Acquisitions - Lighting
    788
    TIR
    Photonics
    Lumileds
    Bodine
    PLI
    CK
    LTI
    Genlyte
    Dynalite
    Teletrol
    Selecon
    Ilti Luce
  • 6. %
    Growth in Lighting market
    Value (global, B€)
    2009 general illumination market overview1
    Total market size: 45-50 B€
    80
    Put Marimekko instead
    40
    Homes
    Outdoor
    Office
    Industry
    Lamps
    2008
    2020
    Lighting Electronics
    General Illumination: conventional light sources
    Healthcare
    Applications / Luminaires
    Retail
    General Illumination: LED
    Hospitality
    Entertainment
    Applications: ~70% and growing
    CAGR 2010 - 2020: 6 %
    62
    1 Overview excludes Automotive and Entertainment
    Source: Philips Lighting
  • 7. 6
    B2C
  • 8. Government Actions to Ban the Bulb
  • 9. 8
    Compact
    Fluorescent
    Light Emitting
    Diode
    Halogen
    Incandescent
  • 10. 9
    Other
    Incandescent
    LED
    Halogen
    CFL
    Government ActionsBan the Bulb
    20,000
    18,000
    16,000
    14,000
    12,000
    Electrical Energy (GWh per Year)
    10,000
    8,000
    6,000
    4,000
    2,000
    0
    1990
    2000
    2010
    2020
    2030
    2040
    2050
    Year
    Daniel Curtis, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford
  • 11. 10
  • 12. 11
  • 13. 12
    B2B
  • 14. Electricity consumption due to lighting
    Lighting 14% (Europe)
    Other electricity uses
    SOURCE: IEA
  • 15. Government ActionsBallast Directive
    Ballast sales in the Enlarged EU
    2500
    Electronic
    2250
    2000
    1750
    1500
    1250
    1000
    750
    500
    Copper
    250
    0
    1998
    1999
    2000
    2001
    2005
    2002
    2003
    2004
    2006
    2007
  • 16. Government ActionsBuilding Regulations
    2002
    2006
    2010
    2013
    2016
    2019
    -25%
    ?
    ?
    Zero Carbon
    28% lower than 2002
  • 17. 16
  • 18. 17
  • 19. 18
    For the customer:
    B2C making energy saving simple
    B2B making energy saving good business
    For Philips
    Redeployment of manufacturing
    Focus in Research
    Faster times to market