Lighting Markets and Energy Efficiency Publications

Technology

  • Granderson, J., J Galvin, D. Bolotov, R. Clear, A. Jacobson, and E. Mills. 2008. "Measured Off-Grid LED Lighting System Performance." Lumina Project Technical Report #4. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2007. "Assessing the Performance of 5mm White LED Light Sources for Developing-Country Applications." LBNL-62620. Lumina Project Research Note #1. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2003. "Technical and Economic Performance Analysis of Kerosene Lamps and Alternative Approaches to Illumination in Developing Countries." Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. [PDF]
  • Page, E., E. Mills, and M. Siminovitch. 1997. "New Energy Efficient Torchieres Ready for Hot Torchiere Market." Proceedings of Energy Efficiency in Household Appliances. November 10-12, Florence, Italy. LBNL-41176. [PDF]
  • Calwell, C. and E. Mills. 1996. "Halogen Uplights and Hot Ceilings." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (4/96), pp. 1 [Online version]
  • Mills, E. and M.A. Piette. 1994. "Advanced Energy-Efficient Lighting Systems: Progress and Potential." In Integrated Resource Planning. A.T. de Almeida, et al., eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, NATO Advanced Study Institute, vol. 261, pp. 205-228. (Reprinted from Energy — The International Journal).
  • Mills, E., M. Siminovitch, E. Page, and R. Sardinsky. 1997. "Dedicated Compact Fluorescent Fixtures: The Next Generation for Residential Lighting." Svetotechnika (Light and Engineering), No 1/2, pp. 29-33 (in Russian).
    • Previously published in the Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting, Newcastle, UK, pp. 207-216. LBNL-36835. [PDF]
  • Mills, E., and D. Vorsatz. 1997. "Compact Fluorescents Face Tough Competition." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (3-4/97), pp. 4-8. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1994. "A Neglected Opportunity: Lighting Commissioning for Energy Savings." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (2/94). [Online version]
    • Longer version published in Strategic Planning for Energy and the Environment, Fall, pp. 25-28.
  • Wilms, W. and E. Mills. 1995. "Analysis of Price and Non-Price Factors in the Adoption of Compact Fluorescent Lamps by Households." Light and Engineering 3(1):33-43 (in English) [Online version]
    • Also published in Svetotechnika, No 3. 1995 (in Russian).
  • Siminovitch, M. and E. Mills. 1995. "Dedicated Compact Fluorescent Fixtures: The Next Generation for Residential Lighting." Lighting Design & Application, March, pp. 28-32.
  • Dutt, G. and E. Mills. 1994. "Illumination and Sustainable Development, Part II: Implementing Lighting Efficiency Programs." Energy for Sustainable Development 1(2):17-27.
  • Mills, E. (ed). 1993. "Energy-Efficient Lighting." Special Issue of Energy — The International Journal (Pergamon Press, UK).
  • Mills, E. and M.A. Piette. 1993. "Advanced Energy-Efficient Lighting Systems: Progress and Potential." Energy — The International Journal, 18(2):75-98.
  • Mills, E. 1993. "A Graceful Exit." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (3/93). [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1993. "Not Cool to Be Hot." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (2/93). [Online version]
    • Reprinted in Center for Building Science News 1(1):4-5. LBL/PUB-731.
  • Mills, E. 1993. "Mercury: A Broader Perspective." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (3/93). [Online version]
  • Mills, E. and N. Borg. 1993. "Mercury and Lighting: Managing the Problem." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (3/93). [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1995. "Windows as Luminaires." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (3-4/95), pp. 11-13. [Online version]
    • Versions reprinted in Center for Building Science News, 2(4): 6-7, LBL/PUB-731 [Online version]
    • and Architectural Lighting ("Window Technologies for Daylighting Savings", 1996).
  • Mills, E. and M. Siminovitch. 1995. "Dedicated CFL Fixtures Bring Savings Home." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting, (1/95), pp. 6-8. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1994. "HVAC Savings?" Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (4/94). [Online version]
  • Siminovitch, M. and E. Mills. 1994. "Fixing the Fixtures." Home Energy pp. 47-49 (Nov/Dec 1994). [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1994. "More on Mercury." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1/94). [Online version]

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Market Assessment and Transformation

  • Radecsky, K., P. Johnstone, A. Jacobson, and E. Mills. 2008. "Solid-State Lighting on a Shoestring Budget: The Economics of Off-Grid Lighting for Small Businesses in Kenya." Lumina Project Technical Report #3. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. and A. Jacobson. 2007. "The Off-Grid Lighting Market in Western Kenya: LED Alternatives and Consumer Preferences in a Millennium Development Village." Lumina Project Technical Report #2. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2005. "The Specter of Fuel-Based Lighting," Science 308:1263-1264, 27 May. LBNL-57550. [Online version]
  • Jones, R. D. Jianping, Z. Gentry, I. Gur, and E. Mills. 2005. "Alternatives to Fuel-based Lighting in China." Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting, Shanghai. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2002. "The $230-billion Global Lighting Energy Bill." Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2000. "Global Lighting: 1000 Power Plants." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1-2/00), pp. 1. [Online version]
  • Avery, D., E. Mills, M. Breighner, and J. Naylis. 1998. "Campus Lighting—Lighting Efficiency Options for Student Residential Living Units: A Study at Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts". LBNL/PUB-816. [PDF]
    • Also published by Arkwright Mutual Insurance Co. and by the University Risk Management and Insurance Association's URMIA Journal, 1999, pp. 44-52, Chevy Chase, MD.
  • Calwell, C. and E. Mills. 1998. "Halogen Torchieres: A Look at Market Transformation in Progress." Right Light 4, Vol. 1. [PDF]
    • Also published in Svetotechnika (Light and Engineering), No. 2/98, pp. 29-32, (in Russian).
    • Previously published in the Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting, November 18-21, 1997, Copenhagen, Denmark (in English).
  • Jennings, J., M. Moezzi, R. Brown, E. Mills, R. Sardinsky, B. Heckendorn, and D. Lerman. 1997. "Residential Lighting: The Data to Date." Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society, 26(2):129-138.
    • Previously appeared in the Proceedings of the 1996 North American Illuminating Engineering Society Meeting, LBNL-35484. [PDF]
  • Jennings, J., R. Brown, M. Moezzi, E. Mills, and R. Sardinsky. 1995. "A Snapshot of the Residential Lighting Market." LBNL-37456.
  • Wilms, W. and E. Mills. 1993. "Analysis of Price and Non-Price Factors in the Adoption of Compact Fluorescent Lamps by Households." Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting. LBL-34640. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 1993. "Efficient Lighting Programs in Europe: Cost-Effectiveness, Consumer Response, and Market Dynamics." Energy — The International Journal 18(2):131-144.
  • Mills, E. 1991. "Evaluation of European Lighting Programs: Utilities Finance Energy Efficiency." Energy Policy 19(3):266-278. (Invited)
  • Mills, E. and N. Borg. 1991. "Short Term Financial Impacts of Energy-Efficiency Programmes on European Electrical Utilities." Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting. E. Mills, ed. Published by the Swedish National Board for Industrial and Technical Development, Stockholm, Sweden. pp. 305-318. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 1991. "Using Financial Incentives to Promote Compact Fluorescent Lamps in Europe: Cost Effectiveness and Consumer Response in 10 Countries." Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting. E. Mills, ed. Published by the Swedish National Board for Industrial and Technical Development, Stockholm, Sweden. [PDF]
  • Mills, E., A. Persson, and J. Strahl. 1990. "The Inception and Proliferation of Residential European Lighting Efficiency Programs." Proceedings of the 1990 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, Washington, D.C., pp. 8.155-8.167.
    • Translated into Swedish as "Introduktion och Spridning av Kampanjer i Europa för Eleffektiv Belysning i Hushall." [Available from the Swedish National Board for Industrial and Technical Development, Department of Energy Efficiency.]
  • Mills, E. 1998. "Lighting Programs at Your Fingertips." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1/98), pp. 10-11. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1993. "Lighting Manufacturers Look to Their Roots." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (2/93). [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1996. "Lighting on the Internet." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1/96), pp. 4. LBNL-39061. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1997. "The Internet as a New Tool for Implementing Energy Efficient Lighting." Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting, November 18-21, Copenhagen, Denmark. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. (ed). 1991. "Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting." Published by the Swedish National Board for Industrial and Technical Development, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Mills, E. 1991. "Optimizing Energy Efficiency for Specific Areas of Urban Management: Urban Lighting." Prepared for the OECD Environment Directorate, Group on Urban Planning, Project Group on Environmental Improvement Through Urban Energy Management. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Report Number ENV/UA/E(91)8.

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Codes, Standards & Guidelines

  • World Bank and International Finance Corporation. 2007. "Product Quality Assurance for Offgrid Lighting in Africa." Conference Proceedings from the Lighting Africa Product Quality Assurance Workshop, Airlie Conference Center, Arlie VA, October 14-16. Prepared for ESMAP.
  • Mills, E. and N. Borg. 1999. "Trends in Recommended Lighting Levels: An International Comparison." Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North Ameria 28(1):155-163. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1998. "Rethinking Light Levels." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1/98), pp. 4-7. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1993. "U.S. Law Helps Tap Large Savings Potential." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1/93). [Online version]
  • McMahon, J.E., B. Atkinson, and E. Mills. 1993. "Potential for Governmental Policies to Improve U.S. Lighting Energy Efficiency in Commercial and Residential Buildings." Proceedings of the 1993 ECEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, pp. 335-348.
  • Atkinson, B., J. McMahon, E. Mills, P. Chan, T. Chan, J. Eto, J. Jennings, J. Koomey, K. Lo, M. Lecar, L. Price, F. Rubinstein, O. Sezgen, and T. Wenzel. 1992. "Analysis of Federal Policy Options for Improving U.S. Lighting Energy Efficiency: Commercial and Residential Buildings." LBL-31469.

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Developing Countries & Economies in Transition

  • Radecsky, K., P. Johnstone, A. Jacobson, and E. Mills. 2008. "Solid-State Lighting on a Shoestring Budget: The Economics of Off-Grid Lighting for Small Businesses in Kenya." Lumina Project Technical Report #3. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Humboldt State University. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. and A. Jacobson. 2007. "The Off-Grid Lighting Market in Western Kenya: LED Alternatives and Consumer Preferences in a Millennium Development Village." Lumina Project Technical Report #2. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. and A. Jacobson. 2007. "The Need for Independent Quality and Performance Testing for Emerging Off-grid White-LED Illumination Systems for Developing Countries." Lumina Project Technical Report #1. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2007. "Assessing the Performance of 5mm White LED Light Sources for Developing-Country Applications." Lumina Project Research Note #1. LBNL-62620. [PDF]
  • Apte, J., A. Gopal, J. Mathieu, and S. Parthasarathy. 2007. "Improved Lighting for Indian Fishing Communities." [PDF]
  • Apte, J. M. Fuller, A. Gopal, and K. Lindgren. 2007. "Developing the Means for the Use of Modern Lighting: How can WLED Technology Bring High Quality, Affordable Light to India's Poor?" [PDF]
  • Jones, R. D. Jianping, Z. Gentry, I. Gur, and E. Mills. 2005. "Alternatives to Fuel-based Lighting in China." Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting, Shanghai. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2005. "Reducing Developing World's Polluting Fuel-Based Lighting." EETD Newsletter [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 2005. "The Specter of Fuel-Based Lighting," Science 308:1263-1264, 27 May. LBNL-57550. [Online version]
  • Stanford University. 2003. Social Entrepreneurship Startup: China Report. [PDF]
  • Stanford University. 2003. Social Entrepreneurship Startup: India Report. [PDF]
  • Stanford University. 2003. Social Entrepreneurship Startup: Mexico Report. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2003. "The Role of High-Efficiency Lighting Systems in Meeting Humanitarian Needs in Camps for Refugees and Internally Displaced People." [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2002. "The $230-billion Global Lighting Energy Bill." Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 2000. "Fuel for Lighting: An Expensive Commodity." Boiling Point. No. 45. Autumn. pp. 12-13. Intermediate Technology Development Group, Schumacher Centre for Technology & Development, United Kingdom.
  • Mills, E. 2000. "Fuel-Based Lighting in the Workplace." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1-2/00), pp. 1. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1999. "Meeting CFLs in Budapest's New York Cafe." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (2/98), pp. 10. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1999. "Fuel-based Light: Large CO2 Source." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (2/99), pp. 1-9. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1996. "Light & Lighting: A Photo Essay from India." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (2/96), p. 1. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1993. "A Trillion-Dollar Appetite for Electricity." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1/93). [Online version]
  • Fu Min, G., E. Mills, and Q. Zhang. 1997. "Energy-Efficient Lighting in China: Problems and Prospects." Energy Policy 25 (1): 77-83 (January).
    • Also in the Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting, Newcastle, UK.) LBNL-36822. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 1995. "China: High Quality Means Savings." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (3-4/95), pp. 14. [Online version]
    • Reprinted in Dossier Componenti (European Lighting Components). March 1995, 37:235-243. Venice, Italy (in Italian).
  • Mills, E. 1993. "Efficient Lighting Shines on Pakistan." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1/93). [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1992. "The World Bank Moves Towards Mexican CFL Loan." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (2/92). [Online version]
  • Mills, E. 1992. "A Caribbean Success Story." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (2/92). [Online version]
  • Rosenfeld, A H., and E. Mills. 1992. "A Better Idea." Washington Post (August 3) [Online version]
    • Reprinted as "Simple Ideas can Avoid Chernobyls", International Herald Tribune, August 4;
    • as "Better Light Bulb Could Help Cut the Risk of More Chernobyls," Minneapolis Star Tribune, August 10;
    • and as "A Better Idea for the Former Soviet Union," in Compact News, (October).
  • Mills, E. 1994. "China—A Lighting Giant." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (3/94). [Online version]
    • Reprinted in Dossier Componenti (European Lighting Components), Milan, Italy (in Italian).
  • Aizenberg, J. and E. Mills. 1993. "Light from Glasnost." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (3/93). [Online version]

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Government R&D and Leadership by Example

  • Mills, E. 1996. "Energy-Efficient Lighting Policies and Programs from the United States Government." Light and Engineering (published in English and Russian), 3(3):61-70.
    • Also in the Proceedings of the 2nd International Lighting Conference, Suzdal, Russia.) LBNL-38160. [PDF]
  • Mills, E. 1993. "From the Lab to the Marketplace." Prepared for the Galvin Task Force on Alternative Futures for U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories, LBL/PUB-758. [Online version]
  • Mills, E. and N. Martin. 1997. "Twenty Years of Lighting Research." Center for Building Science News, Winter [Online version]
  • Geller, H., J.P. Harris, M. Ledbetter, M.D. Levine, E. Mills, R. Mowris, and A.H. Rosenfeld. 1989. "The Importance of Government Supported Research and Development in Advancing Energy Efficiency in the United States Buildings Sector." In Electricity: Efficient End-use and New Generation Technologies, and Their Planning Implications. T.B. Johansson, B. Bodlund, and R.H. Williams, eds. Lund University Press, pp. 863-882. (Invited)
  • Mills, E. 1999. "Lighting by Example." Newsletter of the International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting (1/99), pp. 9-11. [Online version]

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Software & Web Sites

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