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Compact fluorescent lamps

Historical Energy Efficiency data - February 2021

The below file contains historical energy efficiency data for compact fluorescent lamps products registered in the Energy Rating Product Registration system from the beginning of the program in April 2012 to February 2021. This information was publicly available for each product via the Energy Rating Product Registration system, and removes…

Feb 21 Historical data for cfl lamp XLSX 292.38kb
Presentation
Lighting

Commercial Lighting consultation

Presentation of commercial lighting consultation sessions held in Australia and New Zealand in September 2015. The presentation provides an overview of the Commercial Lighting Product Profile, and discusses its findings, policy options and identified areas where additional data would be useful.

E3-Commerical-lighting-presentation-Sept2015 PDF 1.41mb
Compact fluorescent lamps

Regulatory Ruling: 42A - Compact Fluorescent Lamps

Inclusion of the Efficient Lighting Initiative Voluntary Technical Specification for Self-Ballasted Compact Fluorescent lamps Second Edition, Implementation date 01 June 2011 (ELI 2nd Edition) as acceptable certification for the performance requirements of CFLs under this standard.

Regulatory-Ruling-CFL-Final-Draft-ELI-V4_0 DOCX 25.73kb
Regulation Impact Statement
Incandescent lamps

Decision RIS: Proposed MEPS for Incandescent Lamps, Compact Fluorescent Lamps and Voltage Converters

This Regulatory Impact Statement seeks decision on the proposal to regulate inefficient lighting products including incandescent, CFL and ELVCs, at the retail level in Australia from no earlier than 1 November 2009.

200915-decision-ris-lighting_0 PDF 1.77mb
Report
Compact fluorescent lamps

Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL) and Mercury Review of the Maine Compact Fluorescent Lamp study

The Australian government has taken a policy decision to phase out the use of incandescent light bulbs in conventional light fittings in favour of more energy-efficient light globes based on compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) technology. These CFLs use essentially the same technology as linear fluorescent tubes which have been used in both domestic…

Priestly-19-Dec08-Maine-CFL-Review_0 PDF 331.15kb
Data
Lighting

APP CFL Performance and Mercury Testing Australian Results v0.3

Download Test Results: APP CFL Performance and Mercury Testing Australian Results v0.3 Test Results: APP CFL Performance and Mercury Testing Australian Results v0.3

2008-aceee-lamp-phaseout-investigations-dataset3_0 XLS 769.5kb