The workshop introduced the scope and requirements of Lighting Regulation Part 3 for Street and Road lighting applications, covering the technical requirements of luminaires. Part 1 covered the products mostly used for residential lighting. To fill the gap of the remaining lighting products, Lighting Regulation Part 2 was developed in 2017 and will probably enter into force in…
The Middle East Lighting Association (MELA) is an international non-profit making association formed in 2012 by Gulf Advanced Lighting, GE Lighting, Osram, Philips Lighting & Tridonic..
MELA is an active association which supports the development of efficient lighting policy in the Middle East region.
MELA’s principle aim is to represent the interests of the leading lighting product manufacturers in their support to legislators across the region in drafting and implementing policy (standards and regulations) for lighting related products and services across the Middle East region.
MELA is dedicated to promoting energy efficient lighting practice for the benefit of the global environment, human comfort, and the health and safety of consumers.