Energy efficient lighting holds major potential for CO2 cuts

Improvements in the energy efficiency of commercial and domestic lighting could make a significant contribution towards the Government's target to cut carbon dioxide emissions by 20% between 1990-2010, according to a discussion paper for the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DETR).1 Policy options for achieving the savings include a voluntary agreement between the Government and the lighting industry, as well as mandatory instruments such as building energy rating schemes and changes to the building regulations.

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