Future illumination systems and the climate change challenge: the case of danish office lighting

Araceli Bjarklev, Anders Overgaard Bjarklev

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Abstract

LED technology will be part of the development, but hybrid illumination systems can also play an important role for the future illumination systems in the tertiary sector in the future. From the ecodesign perspective, the study points out that some of the major technological and economic challenges are met in conjunction with situations, where the esthetical design issues are addressed. Finally, our study also points out to the necessity of finding a trans-disciplinary cooperation across sectors to more effectively answer to the climate change challenge, when designing low-carbon technologies for the future.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCIE : Lighting Quality & Energy Efficiency
Publication date2010
PagesOP08
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventCIE : Lighting Quality & Energy Efficiency - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 1 Jan 2010 → …

Conference

ConferenceCIE : Lighting Quality & Energy Efficiency
CityVienna, Austria
Period01/01/2010 → …

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Bjarklev, A., & Bjarklev, A. O. (2010). Future illumination systems and the climate change challenge: the case of danish office lighting. In CIE: Lighting Quality & Energy Efficiency (pp. OP08)
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Bjarklev, A & Bjarklev, AO 2010, Future illumination systems and the climate change challenge: the case of danish office lighting. in CIE: Lighting Quality & Energy Efficiency. pp. OP08, CIE : Lighting Quality & Energy Efficiency, Vienna, Austria, 01/01/2010.

Future illumination systems and the climate change challenge : the case of danish office lighting. / Bjarklev, Araceli; Bjarklev, Anders Overgaard.

CIE: Lighting Quality & Energy Efficiency. 2010. p. OP08.

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