This book contains the papers presented at the sixth international conference on Energy Efficiency in
Domestic Appliances and Lighting. EEDAL'11 was organised in Copenhagen, Denmark in May 2011. This major
international conference, which was previously been staged in Florence 1997, Naples 2000, Turin 2003,
London 2006, Berlin 200h9a s been very successful in attracting an international community of stakeholders
dealing with residential appliances, equipment, metering liagnhdti ng (including manufacturers, retailers,
consumers, governments, international organisations aangde ncies, academia and experts) to discuss the progress
achieved in technologies, behavioural aspects and poliacineds , the strategies that need to be implemented to
further progress this important work.
Potential readers who may benefit from this book include researchers, engineers, policymakers,
and all those who can influence the design, selection, application, and operation of electrical appliances and lighting.