2016 Commercial Lighting Program Summary

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Date Published

December 6, 2016

Abstract

In support of the CEE Commercial Lighting Systems Initiative, this resource includes a listing of CEE member prescriptive programs and associated lighting products, highlighting at a high level CEE member efforts to capture savings with  mass-market and performance-based approaches. The 2016 Commercial Lighting Program Summary includes data showing program support for various technologies over time; for example, a summary graph highlights program support for replacement lamp programs (fluorescent and LED) in 2015 and 2016, and shows a slight drop in support for fluorescents and growing interest in Type A Tubular LED technology.  

This resource provides value to a variety of stakeholders. CEE Member programs can use it as a tool to assess changes in program activity over time, and identify peers that are developing new approaches and offerings. Lighting industry stakeholders can use it to assess trends and identify program support for particular lighting offerings. Customers and distributors can use it as a tool to identfy whether their local energy efficiency program may offer incentives for commercial lighting projects. 

The CEE Commercial Lighting Initiative seeks to enhance energy savings by improving the ability of the marketplace to deliver more energy efficient products and practices. The Initiative provides information about market and program drivers, objectives, strategy and scope, efficiency specifications, and initiative participation requirements. 

Subsequent to the 2015 Initiative revision, CEE now promotes common definitions for energy efficiency in T8 replacement lamps in the form of a CEE performance specification. To support the Initiative, CEE maintains a list of qualifying products that meet the requirements of this specification.  The T8 Replacement Lamp Performance Specification can be found here. 

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