Efficiency:

The LEDs bulbs are durable and energy efficient: they can reach 100,000 hours, they are very robust, they contain no filaments which can break, they are more resistant than all other bulbs and they ensure very high energy efficiency.

More energy saving and lower costs

Due to the lower electricity consumption of the energy efficient alternatives, an average household's total electricity bill will be reduced by up to 15%.

This is equal to a net saving of between 25 and 50 € per year, depending on the size of the household and on the number and type of lighting used.

Setting new energy efficiency requirements for light bulbs will save every year over 40 billion kilowatt hours by 2020 – the equivalent of 11 million European household’s electricity consumption for the same period.

 

 


Environmental advantages:

Nearly all of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the residential and commercial sectors can be attributed to energy use in buildings.

Lighting uses the second largest amount of energy in buildings after heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.

A family consumes on average 2700 Kw/h in a year producing 1,1 tons of CO2

Replacing all the traditional bulbs in your house with LEDs could reduce your greenhouse gas emissions by 0,8/0.4 tonnes per year, helping to reduce the global warming causes.

 


Safety

The LEDs produce very little heat difference unlike incandescence and halogen lamps and have very low voltage. They do not radiate heat or UV rays and they are suitable to illuminate even those materials and those objects which must be damaged or altered in their structure


Flexible use

LEDs have small, very bright bulbs and because of their size, LED fixtures are often found in speciality applications such as decorative lamps as well as functional lamps in difficult-to reach areas, such as for strip lighting, outside lighting, display lighting, stairway lighting, atc.

LEDs are more controllable than most of other lighting alternatives and are more controllable because the light can be focused in a particular direction, it can be dimmed and the colour can change.