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Country Lighting Assessments

The first generation Country Lighting Assessments (CLAs) provide estimates of potential energy savings, CO2 reductions, and financial gains by shifting from inefficient to energy efficient lighting technologies. For each of 100 countries, the CLAs estimate the benefits of replacing incandescent lamps (ILs), which are based on a 130 year old technology, with efficient compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs).

The widespread use of incandescent lamps and ease of replacing them with efficient lighting technologies creates a great opportunity to reduce carbon emissions and contribute to climate stabilization. Going further, innovative linear fluorescent lamps and new light emitting diodes (LED) technology in interior and exterior commercial and industrial applications, as well as sensors, advanced controls and improved luminaries, allow for additional gains, which will be estimated in the next generation of Country Lighting Assessments.


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1. What are the Country Lighting Assessments?
2. How to read the Country Lighting Assessments?
3. Methodology
4. Energy savings
5. Climate change mitigation benefits 
6. Financial benefits 
7. Country Lighting Assessments


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