3rd Industry Workshop: IEA SHC Task 50 - Advanced Lighting Solutions for Retrofitting Buildings
Retrofitting of Lighting Solutions in Non-Residential Buildings
Lighting accounts for approx. 19% (~3000 TWh) of the global electric energy consumption. Without essential changes in policies, markets and practical implementations it is expected to continuously grow despite significant and rapid technical improvements like solid-state lighting, new facade and light management techniques.
With a small volume of new buildings, major lighting energy savings can only be realized by retrofitting the existing building stock. Many countries face the same situation: About 75% of the lighting installations are considered to be out of date (older than 25 years). Compared to existing installations, the majority of new solutions allow a significant increase in efficiency - easily by a factor of three or more - going along with highly interesting payback times. However, lighting refurbishments are still lagging behind compared to what is economically and technically possible and feasible.
IEA SHC Task 50 targets building owners (investors), authorities, industry and consultants by providing strategic, technical and economic information and by supporting stakeholders overcome barriers in retrofitting lighting installations. The overall objective of this Task is thus to accelerate retrofitting of daylighting and electric lighting solutions in the non-domestic sector using cost-effective, best practice approaches, which can be used on a wide range of typical existing buildings.
The scope of IEA SHC Task 50 is on general lighting systems for indoor environments. The focus is on lighting appliances in non-domestic buildings. Technically, Task 50 addresses daylight utilization through better facade/roof technologies and architectural solutions, electric lighting schemes as well as lighting control systems and strategies.
Objectives of the workshop
- Task experts will inform about general lighting retrofit issues and possible solutions
- General experience exchange between industry and research
- Obtain feedback from industry and learn about practitioners' needs, for successful continuation of the work within IEA SHC Task 50
9:00-9:15 Welcome and coffee
- Advanced lighting solutions for retrofitting buildings: Introducing IEA SHC Task 50 - Jan de Boer, Fraunhofer-IBP, Germany
- Replacement of T8 luminaires with an ergonomic LED solution (using the example of a classroom lighting) - Hans Laschefski, ALANOD GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
- Daylight Systems - Required components of integrated light solutions - Klaus Buntkiel-Kuck, Siteco Beleuchtungstechnik GmbH, Germany
- Approaches for monitoring protocols and their practical relevance - Niko Gentile, Lund University, Sweden
- Experiences with solar shading systems in building renovation - Martin Troyer, HELLA Sonnen- und Wetterschutztechnik GmbH, Austria
10:45-11:00 Coffee break
- Lighting systems and retrofit potentials based on a detailed assessment of 25 existing buildings - Anna Hoier, Fraunhofer-IBP, Germany
- Improved lighting quality by sustainable LED solutions in industry lighting - Oliver Ebert, Zumtobel Lighting GmbH, Austria
- Integrated lighting solutions as component of a holistic building automation - Christian Pillwein, Beckhoff Automation GmbH, Austria
12:00-12:30 Panel discussion
- H. Laschefski, K. Buntkiel-Kuck, M. Troyer, O. Ebert, C. Pillwein,
J. de Boer, N.N (IEA 50), N.N (IEA50)
50,- Euro including lunch, coffee, beverages (no extra fee for Task 50 meeting participants)
The registration is open until 25th of February 2014.
Limitation of participants: 70
Cancelation policy: Fees will be returned to the participant if cancelation is made before 2 March 2014. For later cancelations, the full fees will be charged to the participant.
Rinner Strasse 14