The European GreenLight Programme - Efficient Lighting Project Implementation - Catalogue 2005-2009

Policies and Targets
Technology and Standards

The goal of substantially improving end-use energy efficiency and promoting the use of renewable energy sources is a key component of the EU energy and environmental policies, shared by all EU Member States. The European Commission Directorate General Energy contributes to this goal through a series of actions under the "Intelligent Energy - Europe" Programme. In addition, given the large share of energy consumption in buildings and the large cost effective energy saving potential, special attention has been dedicated to the building sector and the lighting in particular.The GreenLight Programme (launched in January 2000) is one of these actions, aimed specifically at private and public non-residential lighting.The GreenLight Programme is a European Commission voluntary programme through which non-residential building owners and occupiers, being private or public organisations, are aided in improving the energy efficiency of their lighting systems. Any enterprise, company or organisation (hereinafter defined as “organisation”) planning to contribute to the GreenBuilding Programme objectives can participate. This report is a collection of most of the lighting efficiency upgrades undertaken by Partners in the period 2006 to 2009.
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