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1 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION The European G REEN L IGHT Programme Paolo Bertoldi & Vincent Berrutto European Commission Joint Research Centre

2 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Why energy efficiency actions in lighting? Lighting accounts for a large share of electricity consumption: –residential lighting consumption ca. 90 TWh –tertiary and industry lighting consumption ca. 150 TWh Large and cost-effective saving potential of about 30% Lighting is a visible and key area to promote energy efficiency

3 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION What is the Commission doing in lighting? Actions have been launched at the beginning of the 90s both for the residential and the tertiary sectors Residential lighting actions: –Mandatory Energy Labelling for lamps; –European Quality Charter for CFLs; –European Design competition Lights of the Future

4 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION The mandatory EU energy label for lamps Lumen Watt h Energy C A A C B D E F G

5 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION

6 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION What is the EC doing in lighting ? (cont.) Tertiary lighting actions: –Ballast Directive (Directive 00/55/EC of ) came into effect on ; –classification scheme for ballasts (in collaboration with CELMA); –mandates to CEN/CENELEC for the development of test methods for outdoor ballasts and fluorescent luminaires; –The GreenLight Programme

7 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION OK to install energy-efficient lighting where: 1) it is PROFITABLE and 2) lighting quality is maintained or improved Top-manager The GREENLIGHT Programme

8 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Details of the GreenLight commitment Upgrade at least 50% of the spaces owned or on long term leases where the investment is profitable (Internal Rate of Return of 20% ) Existing spaces

9 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION All new installations shall be chosen so that no alternative installation exists that would: –(1) maintain or improve the lighting quality provided by the chosen installation and –(2) consume less electricity and –(3) represent a supplementary investment that would pass the profitability test New spaces

10 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Complete the upgrades within 5 years of joining the programme Send progress report every year Appoint a Corporate Manager responsible for assuring the Programme execution In addition

11 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION NB: The commitment is normally at corporate level. However the company can join the GreenLight Programme only for a specific site(s)

12 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Aeropuertos Españoles y Naveg. Aérea Aeroporto G. Marconi di Bologna Spd Ajuntament de la Vila Reial de Beniganim Apoteket AB, Lokalenheten BBL Beerse Metaalwerken N.V. Bispen AS Christiaan Huygens College Colombo Shopping Centre Comune di Berchidda Comune di Luvinate Comune di Marciana Marina Commune di Paterno Comune di Rolo Consignia plc Coop Adriatica s.c.a.r.l. Coop Centro Italia s.c.a.r.l. Coop Consumatori Nordest Coop Estense s.c.a.r.l. Coop Liguria s.c.a.r.l. Coop Lombardia s.c.a.r.l. Coop Toscana Lazio s.c.a.r.l. Det Norske Radiumhospital Dolce & Gabbana S.p.a. Endesa S.A. Escuela Tec. Sup. de Ing. Ind. Fastighets AB Brostaden Gas Natural SDG S.A. Gemeinde Möglingen Grupo Union Fenosa Helsingborgs City Hospital Unif. de Granada Ipercoop Tirreno s.c.a.r.l. Johnson & Johnson Koninklijk Atheneum Brasschaat Lanassa SA Landuyt NV Lorentz Casimir Lyceum McDonald's Europe Restaurant Melia Castilla Hotels Monte dei Paschi di Siena NCC Property Dev. Sweden Neukauf Merz Nova Coop s.c.a.r.l. Oskomera Holding BV Samhall Support AB SAS Norway S.I.C. Societa Ipermercati Cooperativi Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A. Sogelym Steiner Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Helmholtzschule Statoil Terres et Eaux TESCO Themis Construction S.A. Transgas SGPS Unicoop Firenze s.c.a.r.l. UniCredito Italiano S.p.A. Vennootshap Mechelse Veilingen c.v.b.a. Vodafone (Greece) WWF/Adena GreenLight Programme Partners (61)

13 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION

14 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Gain recognition as a leader fighting global warming Improve occupants health and productivity Increase customer satisfaction Become more competitive Benefits of joining GreenLight

15 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION GreenLight present in various fairs and conferences (e.g. Eliaden, Norway, May 2000)

16 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION … in various workshops (e.g. workshop for architects, Italy, May 2002)

17 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION … in the press (e.g. Gaceta de los Negocios, Spain, May 2000)

18 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION GreenLight plaque on buildings

19 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION GreenLight information resources GreenLight web site used as virtual backbone for all GreenLight activities Managed by the European Commission Important contributions from the national energy agencies (local info. and translations) Constant updating

20 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Web site content: –All GreenLight documents (in EU languages): –Updated list of communication events; partners & endorsers; contacts in Member States –Links toward external sources of info. –Own technical support E.g. ADEMEs brochures

21 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Survey Choose options Assess profit Verify savings Report

22 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION GreenLight information resources (cont.) Energy-efficient lighting training courses (e.g. courses from FIRE & Politecnico di Milano in Italy) On-site professional support from Greenlight Endorsers

23 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Lighting professionals can become GreenLight Endorsers if they agree : to lay out a specific plan for promoting the GreenLight Programme and its goal; to supply the Commission up-to-date information on their relevant products, technologies and services; to educate their clients on the benefits of energy-efficient lighting practices; to appoint a responsible person.

24 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Example of recent actions by GreenLight Endorsers: Inauguration of ETAPs GreenLight corner (Antwerpen, 31 May 2001) Presentation of GreenLight on Merloni Progettis stand at the World Light Show INTEL 2001 Fair (Milan, 25 April 2001)

25 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION GreenLight Endorsers (42) 3F FILIPPI BEGHELLI SPA CLIMAR Indústria de Iluminaçãu S.A. COFATHEC SERVIZI S.P.A. COGEI srl CPL CONCORDIA SOC. COOP. A.R.L. DALKIA S.r.l. Dee Light Electricité de France Energiereferat der Stadt Frankfurt am Main Energy Centre Enersud Energy Saving Management SpA ETAP Eisenreich, Pirkl + Weigl Esco Maremma Srl Esco Siena Srl Etudes Conseils Eclairage FAGERHULT AS FINES N.V. GEMMO IMPIANTI S.p.A. GTEC Hans Auler GmbH I.M.E.T. s.r.l. IN-BATI INGELUX Consultants INRES s.c.r.l. KERLUX Eclairage MERLONI PROGETTI S.P.A. OSRAM AS, Norway Progetto Energia QUINTIENS N.V. RAY ACTIF SARL Regione Piemonte Siemens Building Technologies SNEM ESCO S.R.L. Sole SpA Gruppo Enel STILA ENERGY SpA Syndicat de L'Eclairage TIESCO S.p.A. VAN MACKELENBERGH ELECTRO BV VITALUX/VITALIS/LUXOR ZVEI (Division Luminaires)

26 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION A few GreenLight success stories

27 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION baseline post-installation

28 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Statoil Research Centre (Norway)

29 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Statoil Research Centre Measure: Installation of occupancy-linked controls in the offices and laboratories Results: Lighting electricity savings: kWh/a Energy cost savings: /year Payback time: 2.5 years (IRR = 40%) (credit: A. Birkeland)

30 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Gas Natural Headquarters (Spain)

31 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Gas Natural Headquarters Measures: Replaced incandescent fixtures with luminaires for CFL (halls) Changed halophosphate fluo., high-loss magnetic ballasts and poor-efficiency luminaires with triphosphor lamps, electronic ballasts, and parabolic troffers (offices) Replaced their general manual switch with localised switches (credit: F. Mozos)

32 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Gas Natural Headquarters Results: Improved visual conditions Lighting elec. savings: kWh/year Reduction of electricity use: 60% Energy cost savings: /year Payback: 3.5 years (halls) to 8 years (offices) (credit: F. Mozos)

33 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Beerse Metaalwerken NV (Belgium)

34 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Beerse Metaalwerken NV Measures: Replaced high pressure mercury fixtures with luminaires for Ø26 mm fluo tubes Daylight responsive control Replaced Ø38 mm fluo tubes with Ø26 mm fluo tubes Lamps geared by electronic ballasts

35 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Beerse Metaalwerken NV Results: Better lighting quality Lighting elec. savings: kWh/year Reduction of electricity use: 38% Total running cost savings: /year IRR: 20%

36 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION SAS Technical Base By simply tuning up their existing Bus System, they reduced lighting electricity use by about 30% ! Payback Time: 0,4 year (credit: A. Birkeland)

37 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Colombo Shopping Centre (Portugal)

38 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Colombo Shopping Centre Measure: Substituting the magnetic ballasts with electronic ones Results: Lighting savings: kWh/year Reduction of electricity use: 12% Energy cost savings: Euro/year IRR: 20% (credit: D. Beirao)

39 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Dolce & Gabbana (Italy) In the past, new shops were equipped with arrays of low-voltage halogen lamps. Within GreenLight, they agreed to test a cheaper, 80% more efficient, alternative solution using metal halide lamps. Ok to replicate that solution in all new shops (credit: P. Timoni)

40 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Neukauf Merz Supermarket (Germany)

41 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Pre-existing lighting installation (T8 lamps) T5 adapter

42 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Post-installation (T5 lamps with reflector) Better glare control Lighting power reduction: 4.7 kW Lighting electricity savings: kWh/year (1460 Euro/year) Internal Rate of Return > 20%

43 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Haukeland Hospital New T5 fittings mounted into existing metal- housings Electricity reduction: kWh (53%) Payback time: 6.3 years Investment paid through Third Party Financing (credit: A. Birkeland)

44 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION City of Sassari (Italy)

45 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION City of Sassari (Italy) Measure: Installed a centralised dimming system Results: Easier maintenance Lighting savings: kWh/year Reduction of electricity use: 30% Energy cost savings: /year Payback time: 3 years Internal Rate of Return: 33% (credit: F. Recchia)

46 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Conclusion GreenLight is a win-win programme Savings of about 15 GWh as of today Rate of registration is steadily increasing Expected savings of at least 30 GWh by the end of the year

47 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Sustainable Energy Agency IDAE ADENE ADEME SEA; PTJ; DENA; Berliner Energie Ag. CRES EVA FIRE MOTIVA STEM LYSKULTUR NOVEM MRW; Centre Urbain; m.v.g.a.n.r.e. Thanks to the GreenLight National Contact Points! SFOE ENS

48 An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION Be Part of a European Movement An initiative of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION


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