1‘General lighting’ is defined as everyday lighting: bulbs and luminaires for home and professional settings (e.g. offices, commercial buildings, retail, stadiums, road and street, bridge, park and tunnel lighting, etc). It is acknowledged that there will be some non-LED conventional lighting still sold and used for specialist applications, where there is no LED alternative.
2UK&I data presented here is a simulation within the framework of the Green Switch conventional light point conversion model, which is a program run by Signify to help its customers accelerate the switch to energy-efficient lighting products, systems and services. All figures and data presented here are illustrative and based on forecasts and assumptions
3Connected LED lighting’ is defined as LED lighting that is connected to software controls or is connectable
4Energy Savings Trust data: Guide to energy efficient lighting - Energy Saving Trust
5Source: Signify UK data suggests that an average, a UK home has 15 incandescent bulbs on for 3 hours a day.
6Energy saving at 3 hours per day, 365 days, at 28p per kWh. Based on replacing 60W incandescent bulb with 60W equivalent (7w) LED bulb.