More information on lighting:
RoadLighting 2014 & 2015 conference papers
For two full days during March 2014 & 2015 at the Langham Hotel, Auckland, an international line-up of speakers provided a professional and business development opportunity to learn first-hand about the digital revolution that is transforming road lighting worldwide. Conference papers available to attendees only.
EECA: RightLight road lighting resource
The RightLight road lighting resource has been developed to provide a complete online source of tools and information to achieve optimal standards, designs and technical solutions for cost-effective road lighting in New Zealand.
IES: The Lighting Society (Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia & NZ) www.iesanz.org
The aim of the Society is the advancement of the art and science of illumination and the dissemination of knowledge to all interested parties. It operates under the name IES:The Lighting Society.
IPWEA: Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia
The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) is the professional organisation providing member services and advocacy for those involved in and delivering public works and engineering services to the community both in Australia and New Zealand.
IPWEA, 2014. PN 11: Towards More Sustainable Street Lighting (July 2014). Practice Note prepared by Next Energy and Strategic Lighting Partners for the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Limited (IPWEA) and the Australian Centre of Excellence for Local Government (ACELG) at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS).
Street Lighting & Smart Controls Programme 2016-17 sponsorship prospectus. IPWEA is proposing to work with public and private sector partners to deliver a two-year programme to inform government and industry professionals on how to maximise the benefits of LED lighting and smart controls.
Lighting Council Australia www.lightingcouncil.com.au
Lighting Council Australia is the peak body for Australia’s lighting industry. Its goal is to encourage the use of environmentally appropriate, energy efficient, quality lighting systems.
Lighting Council New Zealand www.lightingcouncil.org.nz
LCNZ represents the industry with regard to the formulation of regulation, compliance and environmental issues all of which will have an increasingly significant impact on our industry now, and in the future.
NZTA: Specification and Guidelines for Road Lighting Design www.nzta.govt.nz/consultation/specification-and-guidelines-for-road-lighting-design/index.html
To assist lighting asset owners, design consultants and suppliers capture the maximum benefits from newer lighting technologies, the Transport Agency has developed the M30 Specification and Guidelines for Road Lighting Design.
US Dept of Energy Municipal Solid-State Street Lighting Consortium (MSSLC) www1.eere.energy.gov/buildings/ssl/consortium.html
MSSLC shares technical information and experiences related to LED street and area lighting demonstrations and serves as an objective resource for evaluating new products on the market intended for those applications.