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User Guide on 2020 energy metrics in AS/NZS 1158 lighting for roads and public spaces

AS/NZS 1158.3.1 Lighting for roads and public spaces, Part 3.1: Pedestrian area (Category P) lighting — Performance and design requirements was updated in 2020. New performance quantification techniques for lighting design energy efficiency based on international best practice were included. This User Guide is intended to inform public lighting…

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Minor Energy Flow Metering Briefing

Smart street lighting controls can deliver a range of road and public safety, asset management, energy reduction, environmental and overall cost benefits.

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The Basics of Efficient Lighting

The purpose of this training material is three-fold. The first aim is to provide the lighting and allied industry workforce with an overview of the key principles of light and lighting which includes an understanding of basic design concepts and lighting technologies currently available, in the context of sustainability. The second aim is to help…

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Regulation Impact Statement

Decision RIS: Lighting

This decision Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) was prepared by the Australian Department of the Environment and Energy (on behalf of the COAG Equipment Energy Efficiency Program) and assessed as adequate by the Office of Best Practice Regulation (OBPR). Energy Council Ministers approved this decision RIS on 20 April 2018.

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