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Home  >  Energy Alternatives  >   Energy-Efficient Lighting for the Farm (Summary)

Energy-Efficient Lighting for the Farm


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By Leif Kindberg

Published 2010

Updated 2010

© NCAT

IP369

12 pages


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Introduction

Energy-efficient lighting options present farmers with new opportunities to reduce electricity costs and help manage farms sustainably. Cost-effective energy-efficient lighting can be used to improve productivity and safety, and reduce operating costs. This publication provides an overview of energy-efficient lighting technology and explains how to select lighting options that are appropriate for the farm.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Light Quantity
Light Quality
Focus on Efficiency
Fixtures
Ballasts
Lamps
Daylighting
Energy Conserving Controls
Lighting Greenhouses
Lighting for Alternative Poultry Production
Dairy Lighting
Lighting Disposal
Summary
References
Resources

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.

 

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