Lighting Efficiency Stakeholder Group (disestablished)
The use of electricity for lighting is an important area and one where efficiency, reliability and environmental sustainability gains can be achieved. The Electricity Commission, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) and the Lighting Council of New Zealand (LCNZ) have undertaken, and will continue to develop programmes that are targeted at increasing the efficiency of the nation's lighting installations. In particular the creation of a national strategy for efficient lighting is considered to be an important initiative.
The Commission, EECA and LCNZ are keen to encourage and facilitate input into the development of an efficient lighting strategy from across the lighting industry and wider stakeholders. To achieve this it has been agreed that a Lighting Efficiency Stakeholder Group is formed.
Members of the Lighting Efficiency Stakeholder Group are:
- Bryan King (Modus Lighting)
- Garrick Collister (Bay Light Lighthouse)
- Lance Woodward (Thorn Lighting)
- William Fulford (Lighting Direct)
- Roy Speed (Auckland University)
- George Riddell (Business NZ)
- Neville Simpson (ECANZ)
- Terry Collins (EECA)
- Bill Heaps (Strata Energy)
- Maria Sydor (Strata Energy)
- Nick Locke (Dept Building and Housing)
- Gordon Wiffen (Philips)
- Ray Wells (Power Solutions)
Stuart Ross is the Commission's representative on the group.