The benefits of LED
The benefits of LED Lighting is underestimated but core to social responsibility
LED is digital light and it is by far the most energy efficient, the cleanest, the most eco-friendly way of illumination.
Top 5 benefits of LED lighting are:
- Long Life. They have outstanding operational life. If you left on an LED fixture for 8h per day it would take a round 20 years before you’d have to replace the LED bulb.
- Energy Efficient. They have an estimated energy efficiency of 80 to 90% when compared to traditional lighting and conventional light bulbs. E.g. an airport using energy efficient LED lighting exclusively and achieving a 30% power consumption reduction in comparison with an airport using conventional lighting technology.
- Ecologically Friendly. LED lights are free of toxic chemicals. Most conventional fluorescent lighting bulbs contain a multitude of materials, like mercury, that are dangerous for the environment. LED lights are 100% recyclable, and will help you to reduce your carbon footprint by up to a third.
- Durable Quality. They are built strong and can withstand the roughest conditions. Resistant to shock, vibrations and external impact.
- Low Voltage. A low-voltage power supply is sufficient for LED illumination and so they a real so ideal for use in remote or rural areas.
The advantages of LED lighting is massive for all consumers, yet still seem to remain underestimated. Not only are LED lights more energy efficient, cost-efficient and environmentally friendly, LED technology also promises the highest ROI when compared to its less efficient and less sustainable alternatives.
The benefits, advantages and positive effects of installing and upgrading to LED lighting technology also plays a large role in a our personal and social responsibilities. We all need to take on the responsibility of a sustainable business model in all aspects, and electricity spending and green energy are at the forefront. There is no alternative nearly as environmentally responsible as that of light-emitting diodes.
LED lighting technology definitely pays off.