Partner and lighting expert Philips has shared a great infographic and other data to help people learn more about energy saving LED home lighting.
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Saving energy in the home: Philips facts
- Around 11.5 billion incandescent lamps were sold worldwide in 2011, of which 75% are used in homes. The global installed base is still 67% incandescent lamps vs. 33% energy savers.
- Philips LED bulbs offer high quality light, using 80% less energy and last more than 20 times longer than traditional bulbs.
- In 2011, Philips won the coveted US Department of Energy’s Bright Tomorrow Lighting Prize (L-prize).
- The ‘L-prize bulb’ is the world’s brightest and most energy efficient 60-Watt equivalent replacement and closely mimic an incandescent bulb.
- Philips’ LED based luminaire portfolios offer great light performance while reducing 80% energy consumption and electricity costs.
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We’ve worked with Philips to choose the best-quality LED lighting for consumers and businesses, and saving energy in the home is a top priority for us. As Lux, the UK’s leading lighting magazine advises, people can reduce their lighting energy bills by a huge amount every year with LEDs.
It published an independent report recently showing that a typical home in the UK fitted with traditional lighting uses 2063.3kWh (kilowatt hours) a year in electricity. Fitting a typical home with LED lighting reduces electricity use to just 364.4kWh – saving £254.86 on bills.
Find out more about how you can cut your energy bills by up to 80% with LED lighting by calling us on 0845 123 6465 or order your lighting on our online shop.