European Lamp Companies Federation (ELC)
1985, as European Lighting Companies Federation. Also referred to as European Lighting Council and as European Lighting Industries Federation. Ceased to exist, Jul 2013, following set-up of D-XJ6860 - LightingEurope. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Promote efficient lighting practice for the progression of human comfort, health and safety; monitor, advise and cooperate with legislative bodies in developing European Directives and Regulations of relevance to the European light source industry; act as the key discussion partner for the European Union as well as for European industry federations on all topics concerning light sources.
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General Assembly (annual). Board, consisting of Chairman and 7 members. Secretariat, headed by Secretary-General. Working Groups.
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