Energy saving through high quality
lighting
OECD workshop on Environmental Innovation and Global
Markets, Berlin 20-21 Sep...
Increasing Stakeholder Awareness




                                   2
Climate change or global warming…




Source:
Climatic Research Unit of the University of East Anglia and the Hadley Centr...
...and is now at the top of political agenda...
             “Probably, long-term the single most important
             i...
Background to our opportunity
                                                                                 Energy savi...
…Although new technology offers even more
safety on roads




                                                 50%
       ...
What is preventing the growth rate…
• The environmental benefits of energy efficient lamps speak for
themselves... but the...
What needs to be done….




                          8
What needs to be done…
1. by stimulating DEMAND - Energy service directives
       - Public awareness and education (PLA)
...
Supportive Policy Measures
                      Suggestions to accelerate market uptake of more
                         ...
ELC Publications
www.elcfed.org
   ELC Position Paper on EUP Directive
   Make the Switch Roadmap & Did You Know papers


...
Summary

New, higher quality, lighting technology available:

This energy saving technology offers a unique triple win
1. ...
New lighting technology saves energy,
some figures,….
(1kw energy = 0.42kg CO2)

Old Technology               New technolo...
Energy saving opportunities in home lighting
 100W incandescent light bulb    20W Energy saving CFL light bulb




   Elec...
More than 14 billion Euro savings in energy
Untapped potential of existing lighting technology

                          ...
Who is the ELC?


    We represent the leading lamp manufacturers in
    Europe
        95% of total European production

...
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  1. 1. Energy saving through high quality lighting OECD workshop on Environmental Innovation and Global Markets, Berlin 20-21 September 2007 I. Snijkers-Hendrickx Development Manager, Advanced Development Lighting, Philips Lighting
  2. 2. Increasing Stakeholder Awareness 2
  3. 3. Climate change or global warming… Source: Climatic Research Unit of the University of East Anglia and the Hadley Centre of the UK Meteorological Office 3
  4. 4. ...and is now at the top of political agenda... “Probably, long-term the single most important issue we face as a global community.” Tony Blair, UK Prime Minister ahead of the G8 summit at Gleneagles October 2006 - New EU Energy action plan 20% Energy saving target by 2020 EU Commissioner, Andris Piebalgs in charge of energy Brussels Europena Council, 8/9 march 2007 The European Council: invites the Commission to rapidly submit proposals to enable increased energy efficiency requirements 4
  5. 5. Background to our opportunity Energy saving CO2 savings Area of lighting per lamp per year • Lighting uses 19% of all electricity Road lighting 23% 57% 109 kg CO2 consumption world wide - source IEA HPL 80% Shop Lighting 11% 115 kg CO2 Halo CDM • Up to 75% of all lighting currently Office & Industrial 61% installed is old less energy efficient Lighting 46% TL8 TL5 77 kg CO2 85% Home Lighting 34 kg CO2 23% GLS CFLi • Research on Office Lighting in Europe 82% Less than 25% in Europe’s Office Lighting LEDs GLS LED 34 kg CO2 is energy efficient • New energy efficient solutions exist for all segments, tomorrow we will have even more energy saving solutions available (LEDs, OLEDs) But: Significant growth The current market renovation rates are too slow ! (e.g. Street lighting 3%, Office Lighting 7% etc) potential 5
  6. 6. …Although new technology offers even more safety on roads 50% energy saving EU Road Lighting - potential savings 3.5 Million tons of CO2 6
  7. 7. What is preventing the growth rate… • The environmental benefits of energy efficient lamps speak for themselves... but the market doesn’t always follow • Purchase price and functional performance often take precedence over environmental concern in our society -> Lobbying • Functional performance has mainly addressed by most manufacturers but… still huge number of cheap products imported in EU which do not conform CE marking • Most significant inhibiting factor is the high purchase price • Lack of consumer understanding of the overall but long-term benefits =Total cost of ownership benefits 7
  8. 8. What needs to be done…. 8
  9. 9. What needs to be done… 1. by stimulating DEMAND - Energy service directives - Public awareness and education (PLA) - Green Procurement - Allocate financial Incentives (eg. Street lighting) 2. by restricting AVAILABILITY - EUP Directive – Implementing measures - Amended Energy label, Standardization - Market restriction on certain lamp and Luminaires (not on flux but on lumens) - Ban of high energy consuming lamps (incandescent) 9
  10. 10. Supportive Policy Measures Suggestions to accelerate market uptake of more efficient products 1. Green Procurement 2. Financial incentives 3. Disallowing old inefficient products Philips is part of European lobby to ban incandescent Gives also “pain” in the organization to make the shift 4. Environmental performance targets cooperate in defining and implementing standards, guidelines, legislation Page 17 ELC070222 IEA Workshop Paris 10
  11. 11. ELC Publications www.elcfed.org ELC Position Paper on EUP Directive Make the Switch Roadmap & Did You Know papers 11
  12. 12. Summary New, higher quality, lighting technology available: This energy saving technology offers a unique triple win 1. Users / tax payers save costs & have better light quality 2. The environment benefits from lower energy/CO2 emissions 3. European competitiveness is strengthened A triple effort needed 1. Accelerate the switch to new energy saving lighting solutions 2. More awareness and partnership between stakeholders including financial institutions 3. Implement new legislation 12
  13. 13. New lighting technology saves energy, some figures,…. (1kw energy = 0.42kg CO2) Old Technology New technology • Old fluorescent lamps • High efficiency TL5 fluorescent lamps • Passive Analogue drivers • Active electronic drivers • Lighting control systems 14
  14. 14. Energy saving opportunities in home lighting 100W incandescent light bulb 20W Energy saving CFL light bulb Electricity costs per year: Electricity costs per year: Up to € 15 €3 Average lifetime: 1 year Average lifetime: 6 year Up to 12 euro saving per year 100w light bulb 1000 hours or € 72,-during 6 years per year 0.15 p/kwh 15
  15. 15. More than 14 billion Euro savings in energy Untapped potential of existing lighting technology 59 million tons CO2 67 x Power stations 200 million barrels of oil eq. 16
  16. 16. Who is the ELC? We represent the leading lamp manufacturers in Europe 95% of total European production 50 000 employees in Europe €6 billion European Turnover Page 2 ELC070222 IEA Workshop Paris 17

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