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Energy consumption for electric lighting in buildings: the european standard EN 15193 and its application


Autore: C. Aghemo, L. Blaso, A. Pellegrino, V. Serra

Collana: CA - 62 - Fisciano 2007

The energy certification required by the European Directive 2002/91/EC is based on the estimation of the integrated energy performance of buildings which can be calculated considering several aspects: thermal characteristics of the building, heating installation, air-conditioning installation, ventilation, built-in lighting installation, etc. Where relevant in the calculation, the positive influence of free contributions shall be taken into account and, as far as lighting is concerned, the presence of daylight responsive or occupancy responsive control systems can significantly contribute at improving energy performance of electric lighting installations.
The estimation of energy requirements for lighting is conceptually easy, but becomes practically complicated when a dynamic usage profile of the lighting fixtures is considered to account for both manual and automatic control systems.
A new conventional procedure to estimate lighting energy consumption considering the influence of control systems has been proposed in new European Standard. In the paper the main features of the method are described and the results obtained by its application to reference test cases are reported and commented on.

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