Lighting: Legislation & Energy Efficiency
It is well established that mankind needs light for life and for carrying out visual tasks at workplace, home and places for leisure. The light for this visual activity can be natural (daylight) and artificial (electric) light source. To help in the reduction of carbon emissions, electric lighting needs to be provided energy efficiently by having the right lighting criteria, the right lighting scheme installed and operated by the appropriate system consisting of lamps, ballast, luminaires and controls.
The objective of this course is to cover the important considerations and requirements for energy efficient lighting solutions in buildings. The learning objectives and structure are set out in four parts.
Session 1: Light: Terminology & Technology
The lighting requirements for places
Human response to light
Colour temperature & colour Rendering
Traditional lamps & LEDs
Luminaires & Controls
Session 2: Governance in Design
Standards & Guidance
Session 3: Efficiency by design
The characteristics and role of lighting techniques and technologies
The PEC Approach- performance, efficiency & comfort
Application of controls
Tools & Calculations
Registration will be at 09.30.
Course will start at 10.00 and finish at 17.00
Members Rate: £336 (£280 ex VAT)
Standard Rate: £372 (£310 ex VAT)
24 Nov - Lighting: Legislation & Energy Efficiency - London
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