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Businesses Consume 30% of Total Energy on Lighting Alone Says DC Power Report - ReportBuyer.com, the online destination for business intelligence for major industry sectors, has added a new report
Businesses Consume 30% of Total Energy on Lighting Alone Says DC Power Report

 

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - London, United Kingdom, 2010/04/20 - ReportBuyer.com, the online destination for business intelligence for major industry sectors, has added a new report.

   
 
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The report “DC Building Power” examines technology and architecture trends affecting the DC building power industry. The focus of the analysis provides an insightful look into the current and future opportunities and threats available in the dc building power supply market.

According to the 82 page report, the dc building power market is projected to grow significantly over the next several years, and among the driving forces is the need to improve efficiency and reduce electricity costs in several areas. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in 2006, data centres and servers in the United States accounted for approximately 1.5% of the nation's total electricity consumption. To put this in perspective, the EPA stated that this total exceeded the electricity consumed by the entire nation's colour televisions, and is similar to the amount of electricity consumed by approximately 5.8 million average TV households. In addition, energy consumption in data centers in the US is projected to continue to grow, and double every five years.

Traditionally, large data centres and telecommunications facilities have consumed large amounts of electricity without much regard for energy efficiency. Due to the continuous need for energy production, it has been an acceptable practice to trade off energy efficiency and operating costs for the sake of system reliability. However, in recent years a number of factors have emerged that may change that practice. Now, a debate is taking place on how to cope with the growing need for electricity to power these facilities.

Lighting presents one of the major opportunities for the further development of dc power. According to a recent study funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Office, lighting accounts for 22% of all electricity consumed in the United States. Commercial businesses consume 20% to 30% of their total energy just for lighting. And, 50% or more of that lighting-related energy may be wasted by obsolete equipment, inadequate maintenance or inefficient use. Upgrading lighting systems is one of the best energy efficiency investments available to a commercial facility. Since linear fluorescent light accounts for the majority of a commercial building's lighting energy use, improving the efficiency of these systems can save significant amounts of energy and money.

 
 
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