The contribution of energy efficient lighting to our climate goals

The contribution of energy efficient lighting to our climate goals
The contribution of energy efficient
lighting to our climate goals
Jean Pierre Kempeneers
Head of Philips European Affairs Office
10 November 2015
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We see rising
demand for
energy-efficient
solutions
The world’s electricity consumption
Average saving
we can make by
switching to
energy-efficient
lighting
solutions
Lighting
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40%
Worldwide there is an enormous opportunity to
transform city lighting
Today 2/3 of the world’s energy is consumed in cities:
• 500 million outdoor lighting luminaires are installed in the world . Most are more
than 20 years old and do not meet current energy use criteria
• Accounting for up to 40% of the city’s electricity use, public street lighting offers
tremendous leverage opportunities once integrated in city-wide infrastructure
networks.
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A green
ambition achieved
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Date 2015, Connected Lighting
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The Edge is the most sustainable building in
the world, with the
highest BREEAM rating
in the world to date – 98.36
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The Edge’s energy consumption
is 3.9 W / m2
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Connected lighting allows better insight into
the operation of the building, along with realtime data analysis and planning
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Smartphones use their front
facing camera to communicate
with each luminaire – that in
the future will also assist with
room availability and booking,
and to help locate colleagues
Connected LED street lighting can double your
efficiency
Holbaek, Denmark
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Buenos Aires: electricity savings of over 50%
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Montparnasse Tower in Paris
A project of prestige, adaptability and sustainability
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