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10 x 60W

Light bulbs

10 x 42W

HALOGEN ENERGY

SAVER lamps

10 x 12W

OSRAM DULUX ®

EL lamps

The Right way to safeguard our future

420kWh

600kWh

120kWh

The Right choice is energy effi cient

As one of the world’s leading lighting

manufacturers, with a global workforce of

over 40,000 people, social responsibility

and environmental protection are at the

very heart of our business. More than just

a guide on how we operate, it’s a way of

thinking that drives what we do. We call it

“Global Care” and it touches everything:

from research to product development

to recycling, as well as how we interact

with customers, partners and suppliers

throughout the world.

Today artificial i lighting accounts for 19% of

global electricity consumption and therefore

a considerable proportion of CO 2 emissions

– one of the biggest environmental threats

we face. OSRAM are tackling these

challenges head on, leading the shift

towards energy efficient products that can

make a significant difference: energy-saving

lamps, innovative lighting systems and

intelligent lighting management systems.

Average electricity consumption per year (kWh at 1000 h/year).

1 million

Light bulbs

1 million

HALOGEN ENERGY

SAVER lamps

21,500

tonnes

1 million

OSRAM DULUX ®

EL lamps

30,000

tonnes

6,000

tonnes

GLOBAL CARE

Average CO2 emissions per year for an energy mix of 0.5 kg

CO2/kWh (Tonnes of CO2).

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EuP Directive on ‘Non-Directional

Domestic Lighting’ Phase 1

The EU ban on

incandescent lamps:

What is the purpose of the

EU Directive

• The new EU directive is part of a

package of measures from the EU

which aims to significantly reduce the

energy consumed by electrical devices

over an 8 year transitional phase

starting September 2009.

• The primary aim of this directive is to

protect the environment by reducing

CO 2 emissions.

• Facts:

– There are 3.5 billion installed light

bulbs in Europe – 85% of those

currently used in European

households are not energy efficient.

– Conventional bulbs waste electricity.

Only 5% of the energy they consume

is used to generate light!

What is the actual benefit

for the environment

• Over 1/3 of the electricity used

worldwide for lighting can be saved.

• These savings of over 900 billion kWh of

electric power would lead to a reduction

in global emissions of more than 450

million tonnes of CO 2.

Ban on sales from

September 1

2009

GLS incandescent lamps

from 80W

(950 lm) and all frosted

GLS incandescent lamps*

Ban on sales from

September 1

2010

GLS incandescent lamps

from 65W

(725 lm)

Ban on sales from

September 1

2011

GLS incandescent lamps

from 45W

(450 lm)

* Except Energy Class A and highly efficient lamps in Energy Class B which may

continue to be sold thanks to the correction factor.

Ban on sales from

September 1

2012

GLS incandescent lamps

from 7W

(60 lm)

Future-proof:

OSRAM energy-saving

lamps, e.g. Mini Ball

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Consequences of EuP Directive: OSRAM incandescent products

Consequences of EuP Directive: OSRAM Halogen products

Sept

2009*

Sept

2010

Sept

2011

Sept

2012

Sept

2013

Sept

2014

Sept

2015

Sept

2016

Sept

2009*

Sept

2010

Sept

2011

Sept

2012

Sept

2013

Sept

2014

Sept

2015

Sept

2016

Clear 15W 15W 15W 15W Ban of all clear GLS

25W 25W 25W 25W

40W 40W 40W 40W

60W 60W 60W 60W

75W 75W 75W 75W

100W 100W 100W 100W

Non Clear

Non clear GLS lamps to be replaced by CFLi (A)

Clear 950lm

Non Clear

Non clear HALOGEN lamps to be

replaced by Energy Class A products,

only LED equivalent at this time

Ban of

Class C

Directional

15W

25W

40W

60W

75W

100W

Implementation measure on directional light sources

to be decided by end 2009

Directional

15W

25W

40W

60W

75W

100W

Implementation measure on directional light sources

to be decided by end 2009

Special

Special purpose lamps

Special

Special purpose lamps

*All lamps with Energy Class F&G banned starting Sept. 2009

*Except for G9/R7s = Energy Class C remains

Not affected by EuP Directive

To be decided end of 2009

Affected by EuP Directive

Affected if below energy class C

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Make the Right choices and save money

Why buy “traditional”

incandescent lamps They’re

responsible for 40% of all

lighting electricity consumed

but generate only 9% of our

artifi cial light.

Watch the pennies and the pounds take care of

themselves. It’s an expression that’s been around

for years and it couldn’t be more applicable today.

It’s the same with energy: if we all do our little bit

– individuals, companies and governments – we’ll feel

good, save a bit of cash and help save the planet too!

Compared with “normal”

light bulbs, OSRAM energy-saving

lamps save around 80% in energy

for the same light output.

So what energy saving alternatives are there on

the market

As a leading lighting manufacturer OSRAM can

offer you the broadest portfolio of energy saving

alternatives in the world

Thanks to our

energy saving lamps,

our customers are decreasing

CO 2

output by a level that’s

greater than the yearly output

of New York!

Here are a few ideas to get you thinking:

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