Event Title

Efficient Lighting Management in School Facilities

Session

Energy Efficiency Engineering

Description

Knowing that for the lighting of buildings we have a mandatory electricity expense, it is considered reasonable to study extensively the effects of light sources in terms of achieving optimal lighting. All of this study has been done with the aim of achieving the right standard for lighting and saving electricity. The main reason that made me investigate this topic has to do with the problems that Kosova is facing regarding the efficient use of electricity. Specifically, how can we reduce these problems by using efficient sources. From the aspect of the WEEE and RoHS Directives, waste management of lighting systems is emerging as a global problem in environmental pollution due to toxic hazardous materials contained in manufacture of lamps and their electronic products, namely fluorescent tubes, electronic ballasts and other electronic parts from LED lamps. Furthermore, this study focuses on analysis cost and spent of electrical energy on lighting in Kosova schools with current lighting systems, improving the situation by using the LED lighting system with LED technology and comparing them for certain periods of time. From the collected data and knowing the total area of Kosova’s schools, was made a calculation of the cost of expenditures within a period of time for all pre-university education facilities in Kosova.

Keywords:

efficient Lighting, LED lighting, environmental pollution

Session Chair

Peter P. Groumpos

Session Co-Chair

Robert Kosova

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 9:00 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 10:30 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.146

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Efficient Lighting Management in School Facilities

Pristina, Kosovo

Knowing that for the lighting of buildings we have a mandatory electricity expense, it is considered reasonable to study extensively the effects of light sources in terms of achieving optimal lighting. All of this study has been done with the aim of achieving the right standard for lighting and saving electricity. The main reason that made me investigate this topic has to do with the problems that Kosova is facing regarding the efficient use of electricity. Specifically, how can we reduce these problems by using efficient sources. From the aspect of the WEEE and RoHS Directives, waste management of lighting systems is emerging as a global problem in environmental pollution due to toxic hazardous materials contained in manufacture of lamps and their electronic products, namely fluorescent tubes, electronic ballasts and other electronic parts from LED lamps. Furthermore, this study focuses on analysis cost and spent of electrical energy on lighting in Kosova schools with current lighting systems, improving the situation by using the LED lighting system with LED technology and comparing them for certain periods of time. From the collected data and knowing the total area of Kosova’s schools, was made a calculation of the cost of expenditures within a period of time for all pre-university education facilities in Kosova.