Energy Efficiency and Functional Performance Requirements for General Service Lamps

Sectors and Themes
Infrastructure and Industry
Cities
Scale
National
Sub-national
Expertise Level
Practitioner
Resource Type
Guidance and Frameworks
Inputs Needed
None
Outputs Provided
A regulatory framework to transition general service lamps to energy-efficient lamps.
Language
English
Developer or Source
Global Environment Facility (GEF)
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

This model regulation provides the means for developing and emerging economies to transition general service lamps to more energy-efficient lamps. This model is designed for use by regulatory authorities that are considering a legislative framework to promote energy-efficient lamps, or those that have a legislative framework but have not yet developed regulations for energy-efficient lamps.

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