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Sps Conference Essen 2009 Trilux Braatz

  1. 1. Energy efficiency of lighting systems Innovation for more sustainability Christian Braatz Dipl. Wirtschafts-Ing.
  2. 2. TRILUX stellt sich vor! • Foundation: 1912 • Legal form: GmbH & Co. KG • Consolidated logistic turnover of the group 2008: ~ 420 Mio. € • Employees: approx. 4.700 worldwide, including 1.300 in Arnsberg p y pp , g g • The TRILUX group consists of:  TRILUX o TRILUX Werk I, Arnsberg o DZ Licht Fröndenberg  TRILUX Medical Werk II, Arnsberg  Oktalite Köln  ZALUX S.A. Spanien  BAG electronics o Hüco Espelkamp p p o BAG Philippinen o ICT Zuhai (CHN)
  3. 3. Why do we have to react?
  4. 4. UN- clima report 02/2007 p The IPCC calculated 6 scenarios for 2100 in comparison to the year 2000: Most optimistics scenario: Global warming 1,1 C° to 2,9 C° Sea-level rise 18 cm t 38 cm S l l i to Worst case: Global warming 2,4 C° to 6,4 C° Sea-level rise 26 cm to 59 cm IPCC: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
  5. 5. Background: Guidlines for climate protection Climate conference • 1992 – Rio de Janeiro • 1997 – Kyoto • 2000 – Den Haag • 2001 – Bonn • 2004 – Buenos Aires • 2006 – Nairobi • 2007 – Bali • 2008 – Oslo • 2009 – Kopenhagen (December) (Follow-up agreement of Kyoto- climate protocoll)
  6. 6. Kyoto-protocoll – Reducing of greenhousegas 2008-2012 y p g g g Oriented to a reference value of 1990
  7. 7. Energy efficiency study
  8. 8. There is potential request of energy efficient lighting Is substanability important for Is substanability important for you in current projects? you in future projects?
  9. 9. Operators are thinking... Lightplaners and energy consultons Li ht l d lt Lower energy costs = „I can save money!“ are not able to estimate I want betterpotentials energy potentials. light quality quality. I save CO2 and do somting for environment protection.
  10. 10. Lighting contigent of power requirement Office- and administrative buildings 50% School 50% Hospitals 20% Company 15 % Flats / Houses 10%
  11. 11. Best technology is the key...
  12. 12. TRILUX luminares are really good! New Products with a reflection of 98%. 2005 2009 Lightoutput ratio Lightoutput ratio Sehr gut gut
  13. 13. Lightoutput ratio TRILUX 1948 - 2007 100% 90% 80% 70% Wannen (50er) ( ) 60% Wannen (60er) Raster (70er) 50% Raster (80er) 40% Raster (90er) UXP (heute) 30% Direkt-indirekt 20% 10% 0% Eta-LB
  14. 14. Better technology for the future gy ± 110 mm breit, ± 75 mm breit ± 40 mm breit ca. 1 kg Al ca. 450 g Al ca. 250 g Al
  15. 15. UXP-Technology 98% Reflexion Protection layer Miro Silver Aluminium
  16. 16. Offset S1 UXP- Schoolluminaire AD 228/54 5041 RPX-L Special standing 35/49/80 luminares for that With Eta/LB of market 91% best school luminare in german market . . Switzerland ENFORM MAX Germany (RPX/28) Baureihe 3901 Award of RPX/... „Independent Special energy Lighting Testing lumiare for Laboratory„ as netherland market energy efficient Eta/LB = 91 % Product . . Netherlnds USA
  17. 17. Campaign...
  18. 18. Performance Flyer Sales force Product measurement optimisation Campaign2009 Forecast Project steering Mailings to 30.000 Hotline persons Customized Energyroom on trade Internet and fairs/ events Intranet
  19. 19. TRILUX Energy efficiency Energ efficienc Toolbox
  20. 20. Presentations „cameratest“ Reference Lightmanagement Quickcalculation- Q i k l l ti tools Financing Thumb values Lexicon Form FAQs
  21. 21. TRILUX C Cameratest
  22. 22. Cameratest Picture „flicker“: Not good Picture flicker-free: Very good Target • What kind of balast is in the luminaire. EVG or KVG/VVG. • Easy potential test
  23. 23. NEW LIGHT LIGHT. Lightquality and Energy efficiency
  24. 24. Dunkel Lightsensor Presence detection
  25. 25. Morning E = 534 lx P = 222,1 W
  26. 26. Midday E = 575 lx P = 89,8 W – 0 W
  27. 27. Evening E = 585 lx P = 257,9 W
  28. 28. Intelligent luminaire systems 70% 100% Energy saving potentials: 87% Annual consumption with lightmanagement system. Energy savings > p g g y gy g 50% Payback of extra costs 1,5 – 2 Jahre
  29. 29. Outdoor luminaires Modern technologie for sustainable lighting g g g
  30. 30. High energy savings in Germany g gy g y Energy savings CO2-savings Cost savings (in Kilowattstunden) (0,15 € / kWh) Outdoor luminaires 2,7 Mrd. kWh 1,6 Mio. Tonnen 400 Mio. € Officeluminaires 3,2 Mrd. kWh 1,9 Mio. Tonnen 475Mio. € 30 % of the technology of street l i i f h h l f luminaires are older then 50 years Quelle: ZVEI
  31. 31. Refurbishment Old HQL 125 W TRILUX- 9312 mercury vapour lamps TCL- 2x 24W EVG CO2 Savings 4950 kg/a
  32. 32. Technology LED Light of future? g
  33. 33. Trends of LED-Technology Quelle: Osram / Philips
  34. 34. LED future currently Natrium high pressure lamp Metall vapour Metalldampflampen Fluorescent lamp mercury vapour lamps Halogen bulb Light bulb 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 Lumen/Watt
  35. 35. Energy conversion of LED 70% heat 30% light
  36. 36. New design. New chance. NEW LIGHT.
  37. 37. Conclusion Energie efficiency is the chance... ... to save energie costs. ... to create better technology. ... to help enviroment protection. That is sustainability... .
  38. 38. Energy efficiency of lighting systems Innovation for more sustainability Christian Braatz Dipl. Wirtschafts-Ing.

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