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4th Industry Workshop "Advanced Lighting Solutions for Retrofitting Buildings"

29. September 2014
Fukuoka, Japan

Topic of this workshop was retrofitting of lighting solutions in non-residential buildings


Faculty of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University


Advanced lighting solutions for retrofitting buildings: Introducing IEA-SHC Task 50; Jan de Boer, Fraunhofer IBP, Germany (pdf)

Japanese government policies and standards for building energy efficiency; Yasuhiro Miki, Building Research Institute, Japan (pdf)

Lighting retrofit in current practice - Evaluation of an international survey within IEA-SHC Task 50; Bernard Paule, ESTIA, Switzerland (pdf)

Lighting retrofit in office buildings for higher lighting quality and energy efficiency; Mika Katsuta, Kyudenko Corporation, Japan (pdf)

Challenges and traps of assessing life cycle costs of lighting - Retrofitting at the right time; Marc Fontoynont, Danish Building Research Institute (SBI), Denmark (pdf)

Searching for adequate retrofit solutions - How to rate and compare lighting technologies; Martine Knoop, TU-Berlin, Germany (pdf)

Sun control and façade design - An architect's perspective; Kazuo Chikushi, Tsuzuki and Chikushi, architects, Japan (pdf)

Application of research findings to a lighting retrofit project - The project process with stakeholders and evaluation; Miki Kozaki, Building Research Institute, Japan (pdf)

(Day)lighting retrofit in progress at NTNU-campus in Trondheim, Norway; Fredrik Martens Onarheim, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway (pdf)

Content Description

Objectives of the workshop

  • Task experts informed 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

Additional information on Task 50 and the workshop can be found on the IEA-SHC Task 50 Website.

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