Energy considerations in fixed and vehicular lighting.
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Published by Transportation Research Council .
Written in English


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SeriesTransportation Research circular ; no. 228
ContributionsTransportation Research Board.
The Physical Object
Pagination9 p. $0.00 C.1.
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Open LibraryOL17588097M
ISBN 1087645025

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Lighting technology plays a very important role in motor vehicles with regard to the safety of vehicle occupants and that of other road users. On this page, we will explain to you the basic principles of automotive lighting technology and show you the design and function of the most common light sources.   The rollout of electric vehicles (EV) occurring in parallel with the decarbonisation of the power sector can bring uncontested environmental benefits, in terms of CO 2 emission reduction and air quality. This roll out, however, poses challenges to power systems, as additional power demand is injected in context of increasingly volatile supply from renewable energy sources. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS 8. An example is the fixed lighting in an The edition also introduces the Lighting Energy Approach to all types of Spaces, and provides further flexibility in lighting design. page 2 of Guidelines on Energy Efficiency of Lighting Installations, Fixed assets and components 11 Borrowing costs 11 Decommissioning obligations 13 Impairment 14 Arrangements that may contain a lease 15 Emission trading scheme and certified emission reductions 17 Transmission and distribution 19 Fixed assets and components 19 Customer contributions