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LED Lamps and Fixtures: residential

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Created 4/5/2018 by Dave Kresta
Updated 10/28/2020 by Chris Wolgamott
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Description
Energy-efficient, attractive, easy-to-use, circadian-effective light fixture to be used for indoor residential lighting applications for older (all) adults
Contributing Org
N/A
Market/Commercial Readiness
Level 5
Wide (commercially available in NW from 2+ mfrs, wide market demand)
Product Performance
Level 5
Confirmed (fully evaluable savings with established regional/national protocols)
Program Readiness
Level 5
Ready (performance at 5, formal logic model, large-scale pilots prove out program design)
Sector(s)
Residential
Energy System(s)
Lighting
Energy Subsystem(s)
Fixtures: Indoor
Lamps and Ballasts
Building Type(s)
Residential:Multi-family
Residential:Manufactured-Home
Cost and Savings
Unit Cost: N/A
Savings Type: ElectricSavingsOnly
Elec. Unit Savings: N/A
Gas Unit Savings: N/A
Unit: N/A
Benefits and Regional Potential
Non-Energy Benefits: N/A
Elec. Potential: 462
Gas Potential: N/A
Explanation: N/A
EE or DR Benefit
Energy Efficiency Benefit
RTF Research Plan
N/A
RTF Sunset Date
N/A
Additional Information
Lighting accounts for between 20 and 30 percent of electric energy use in the United States. The widespread use of LED lighting systems has the potential to reduce lighting energy use by 50 percent. For LED lighting systems to be accepted by the market however, they must be reliable and meet customer expectations and manufacturers’ claims. .
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