The Top 3 Benefits of LED Lighting

May 31, 2019

LED Lighting is one of today’s most energy-efficient and rapidly-developing lighting technologies – so what is it that makes them so popular? And are they really as eco-friendly as people make them out to be?

The answer is yes! LED Lighting has more than double the lifespan of traditional lighting, zero maintenance costs and is up to 68% more energy efficient than traditional lighting.

If your business is serious about social responsibility and energy efficient practices, the dramatic energy savings LED lighting provides can make a significant difference to both your carbon footprint and your bottom line. Switching from inefficient fluorescent bulbs to high-efficiency LED lamps offers a whole host of benefits for your business.

01: Huge Energy Savings

Making the switch to LEDs could save your business a whopping 65% on lighting costs, plus it could reduce the need for reactive maintenance.

02: High Efficiency Lighting

Did you know that lighting accounts for 20% of the electricity generated in the UK? Many of the current lighting systems in use are reliant upon inefficient lighting sources.

LED lights generally consume very low amounts of power and are up to 68% more energy efficient than traditional fluorescent lighting. One of their most notable benefits is that they have an impressive 50,000-hour lifespan, this is 2-4 times longer than traditional lighting.

03: Environmentally friendly

Unlike fluorescent lightbulbs, LEDs do not have the environmental issues common with traditional lighting solutions. These lighting solutions contain mercury internal to the bulb which requires special handling to dispose of. LED lighting does not contain mercury and as a result of this does not require any additional considerations, whilst increased energy-efficiency helps lower your impact on the environment.

For more information or to see how Love Energy Solutions can help your business implement energy efficient methods such as LED Lighting, call us now on 0800 975 5380 or email [email protected]

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