We will continue to lead the first global market transition to energy efficient solutions in the lighting sector, and achieve a global GHG reduction of 1211 megatons by 2030 compared to 2006 in a ‘business as usual’ scenario, and of 259 megatons by 2030 as compared to the lighting related absolute carbon emissions in 2006.
2030 – A reduction of 1211 megatonnes of carbon emissions by 2030 (vs 2006 ‘BaU’)
- development and launch of highly efficient intelligent LED lighting solutions for residential lighting; outdoor (cities; communities); non-residential buildings (offices; schools; industry); sports and off-grid aread
- joint development of policy frameworks in OECD countries as well as emerging and developing countries
- further development of private, public and blended financing mechamisms to enable financing of energy efficient lighting projects (corporate customers; utility contracts; service-based city clighting projects)
- communication programs aimed at increasing awareness for the multiple benefits of more sustainable resource efficient lighting solutions, thus increasing the active engagement of citizens and consumers (voting & buying behaviour)