The Street Lighting and Smart Controls Programme (SLSC) will comprise a comprehensive range of activities designed to address current shortcomings and obstructions that are inhibiting the uptake of LED street lighting and smart controls. The other menu items under this SLSC Programme tab provide brief details on each of the main activities.
two-year programme will involve high-level government engagement,
industry standard documentation and a comprehensive education
The two-year SLSC Programme will involve high-level government and industry engagement, the development of robust industry standard documentation, a comprehensive information and education programme as well as engagement with standards bodies and facilitation of applied research programmes.
IPWEA has created an advisory SLSC Council to help guide the work of the Programme and a Technical Advisory Committee (TAG) to provide industry review and feedback on key Programme outputs.
Click the SLSC Partners icon below to view current membership of both groups.
The SLSC Council has adopted the following Mission for the SLSC Programme:
To accelerate the efficient adoption of modern street lighting and smart controls technologies and best practices throughout Australia and New Zealand, in support of the government's Energy Productivity and Smart Cities agenda.
The principal Programme Key Performance Indicator (KPI) is the proportion of street lights in Australia and New Zealand (measured separately) with LED luminaires installed and either fitted with smart controls or smart-controls enabled.
The first Supplementary Programme KPI is completion of all SLSC projects to the required standard on time and within budget.
The second Supplementary Programme KPI is a high degree of uptake and adoption of SLSC products by the street lighting industry - as indicated by a suite of metrics yet to be adopted (e.g. hits on SLSC website, numbers at SLSC webinars/ seminars; downloads of model luminaire specification).