Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Lighting

a Bet for the Future

Co-editor:

Alfonso Gago-Calderón

University of Málaga

The lighting of both exteriors and interiors is a field within electrical and lighting engineering, where important technological changes have been taking place oriented towards environmental sustainability and energy efficiency. LED technology has been gradually gaining ground in the world of lighting over other technologies due to its high lighting and energy efficiency and savings. However, some problems related to overheating or associated regulation are emerging. This has prompted the search for new, more efficient, and sustainable forms of lighting. This book presents successful cases related to energy efficiency and lighting that may be of great interest to those trying to enter the world of scientific research.

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Lightinga Bet for the FutureEdited by Manuel J. Hermoso-Orzáez

Published: March 25th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.85907

ISBN: 978-1-78985-960-7

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-959-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83880-186-1

Copyright year: 2020

Books open for chapter submissions

240 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. The Improved Model of the Method, Rights, and Resources (MRR) for the Evaluation of the EIA System: Revising the Sustainability Indicators

By Rowan Kushinga Machaka

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2. Eco-Material Selection for Lightweight Vehicle Design

By Ahmad T. Mayyas and Mohammed Omar

17

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3. Plantation Forests: A Guarantee of Sustainable Management of Abandoned and Marginal Farmlands

By Mudrite Daugaviete, Dagnija Lazdina, Baiba Bambe, Andis Lazdins, Kristaps Makovskis and Uldis Daugavietis

20

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4. Explorative Analysis of Household Energy Consumption in Bauchi State, Nigeria

By Abubakar Hamid Danlami and Rabi’ul Islam

21

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5. Roof Lighting with Recycled Plastic Bottles

By Nancy Varela Terreros and Daniel Espinoza Díaz

18

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6. Dimensioning of an Autonomous Photovoltaic Installation: Case Study in Msaken, Sousse (Tunisia)

By Olfa Bel Hadj Brahim Kechiche, Marwa Hamza and Habib Sammouda

23

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7. Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Outdoor Lighting - A Bet for the Future

By Kamrul Alam Khan, Salman Rahman Rasel, S.M. Zian Reza and Farhana Yesmin

30

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8. Analysis of Outdoor Lighting Control Systems Applied to the New Smart City Models

By Eduardo Ruiz Vela, Blas Ogáyar Fernandez, Andrés López Valdivia and Hermoso-Orzáez Manuel Jesús

21

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9. Improvement the Efficiency of Distribution Network Using an Efficient Lighting System of Streets

By Nassim Iqteit and Khalid Yahya

26

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10. Energy Efficiency of the Road Lighting: The Impact of Active Power Losses on Energy Performance Indicators and Electricity Costs

By Roman Sikora and Przemysław Markiewicz

15

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11. The Thermal Dissipation of LED Outdoor Lighting Luminaires: Comparative Analysis for a Real Case of Study

By Hermoso-Orzáez Manuel Jesús, Hervás-Pulido Manuel Jesús, Unión-Sánchez Juan de Dios, Ogáyar-Fernández Blas and Gago-Calderon Alfonso

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12. Control Systems and Ornamental Lighting. A Case Study: Illumination of the Facade of Santiago Hospital in Úbeda (Jaén)

By Juan Cantizani Oliva, Eduardo Ruiz Vela and José Zamora Salido

20

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