Upgrading municipal lighting to LEDs represents one of the cheapest and fastest approaches that China is using to achieve its climate goals.
The switch to managed, connected LED can increase energy efficiency, lower costs, and reduce carbon emissions
The current energy crisis can be mitigated by embracing next-generation LED-based lighting integrated into the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT-enabled smart lighting can reduce lighting-related energy costs by up to 80%.
In the transition to a circular economy for any industry, the responsibilities boil down to designing out waste and pollution and extending the life of products and materials.
LED connected lighting and sensor-driven smart systems help to make buildings healthier for occupants, and in turn help the planet too.
We’re humbled for the recognition of UNFCC for our years of hard work on creating Brighter Lives and a Better World.
We need to accelerate the switch toward energy-efficient connected LEDs.
The ban on halogen lamps announced by the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has put LEDs into the spotlight.