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Establishing Educational Pathways for Lighting Best Practices: An APEC Regional Collaboration with University Lighting Centers and Research Institutions

Establishing Educational Pathways for Lighting Best Practices: An APEC Regional Collaboration with University Lighting Centers and Research Institutions

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#217-RE-03.3
YEAR
2017
PUBLISHED DATE
March 2017
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Manuals
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PAGES
72
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203

 

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Lighting consumes about 25% of world energy use but this figure can be as high as 33% in developing economies. This project was a continuing effort as suggested by the result obtained at the US-led, APEC- funded workshop on Establishing Lighting Center in the APEC Region in 2013 (EWG 14 2012A), hosted by King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Bangkok, Thailand. This project report is based upon two sequential workshops that were held with the objectives of identifying barriers and lighting best practices as well as developing effective educational pathways and course plan that can reach respective audiences. 




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Lighting consumes about 25% of world energy use but this figure can be as high as 33% in developing economies. This project was a continuing effort as suggested by the result obtained at the US-led, APEC- funded workshop on Establishing Lighting Center in the APEC Region in 2013 (EWG 14 2012A), hosted by King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Bangkok, Thailand. This project report is based upon two sequential workshops that were held with the objectives of identifying barriers and lighting best practices as well as developing effective educational pathways and course plan that can reach respective audiences. 

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