Wednesday, 5th August, 2015
Lighting is the second biggest user of energy in any building, and equates to 12% of global grid based electricity consumption.
Therefore, in the age of global energy concerns, finding a cost effective way to reduce the level of electricity used by lighting is key in reducing energy costs and lowering the environmental impact.
It is now becoming particularly important to offer businesses lighting which ensures cost saving as well as ticking the right boxes for carbon reduction.
LED lighting is at the forefront of the options available, offering an affordable solution that is suitable for almost all lighting needs and requirements. The expected energy savings of LED lighting can be up to 70%, with an extended life of up to 18 times that of a traditional light product.
Advantages of LED lights
- High-levels of brightness and intensity
- Low-voltage and current requirements
- Low radiated heat
- High reliability (resistant to shock and vibration)
- No UV Rays
- Long source life
- Can be easily controlled and programmed
Over the past decade, LED technology has advanced hugely, quickly becoming the preferred choice of light for many domestic properties as well as commercial. It is understandable when there is no other lighting technology that offers as much potential to save energy as well as enhance the quality of our built environments.Back to News