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#SDGAction963
Phase out of inefficient incandescent lamps
Description/achievement of initiative

Promote the transition to efficient lighting through the implementation of an integrated policy approach which will effectively phase-out inefficient incandescent lamps while taking into account susta.

Implementation methodologies

In order to achieve the goal set by the commitments, en.lighten developed a wide range of tools to help countries in the transition to efficient lighting, including: an Efficient Lighting Policy Toolkit, Country Lighting Assessments, Global Policy Mapping and other guidance. A Global Partnership Programme was launched to catalyze development of national and regional policy, a Centre of Excellence provides guidance and technical advice to countries. A Global Efficient Lighting Centre (Beijing) offers countries technical support on testing and laboratory capacity.

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure

Partner(s)

Philips Lighting, OSRAM AG, National Lighting Test Centre of China, Please contact gustavo.manez@unep.org if interested in becoming a partner.

Open to additional partners
Updates to initiatives
Goal 7
2016
Phase out of inefficient incandescent lamps (measured by having effectively phased-out, having policy in place or under development by end of 2016)

SMART
This initiative does not yet fulfil the SMART criteria.
Updates
#SDGAction963
Basic information
Time-frame: - 2016
Partners
Philips Lighting, OSRAM AG, National Lighting Test Centre of China, Please contact gustavo.manez@unep.org if interested in becoming a partner.

Open to additional partners
Countries
Contact information
United Nations