Lighting. Sunday , September 16th , 2018 - 09:36:46 AM
In the UK the average business electricity bill has increased by over 50% in the last 2 years, a trend which seems very unlikely to reverse. With costs increasing at such a dramatic rate it makes sense for business to try to reduce their energy dependence - it has the added benefit of being good for the environment and that's something your business can shout about. Globally, 19% of electricity is used for lighting, but the figure can be as high as 30% for a business. Efficient lighting and lighting controls can reduce the electricity used in your lighting by 50% or more. That represents a potential 15% drop in your electricity bill, in the current economic climate that can't be ignored.
When we are considering the decoration of our homes, it can be easy to get inspiration for colour schemes, furniture and the layout of the room. There are many places to see aspirational rooms in interior design magazines, on home improvement television programmes and by visiting showrooms in a variety of stores. Whilst these may give us an idea for a lamp or lightshade, it can be more difficult to recreate the effect of carefully positioned light sources in our own homes.
Technology has evolved rapidly in the lighting industry over recent years and shows no signs of abating. With the continued legislation against inefficient light bulbs and consumers looking to make savings, energy efficient bulbs will be the way forward. LED, CFL and halogen energy savers are the main options and each type has a role to play depending on the situation and lighting requirements. Always make sure to buy good quality lighting from a trustworthy company and avoid those out to make a quick profit, especially where LED is concerned. Finally, remember when choosing light bulbs an energy saving calculator is the best way to compare technologies.
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