Flipping the Green Switch in Singapore

    Join the movement — Make the Green Switch today

    Climate change is a global problem and Singapore is doing its part to build a sustainable future. The Singapore Green Plan 2030 is a whole-of-nation movement to advance Singapore’s agenda on sustainable development, charting ambitious and concrete targets to help achieve its long-term net zero emissions aspiration by 2050. It presents an amazing opportunity for businesses, organizations, and individuals to make a real difference in their homes, their community and in the world.


    As the world leader in lighting, Signify believes in supporting the goals of the Singapore Green Plan 2030. We have designed the Green Switch program to provide practical and efficient solutions that can be implemented quickly. Energy-efficient lighting plays a powerful role in fighting the climate crisis and switching to LED lighting offers a simple and effective solution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, while the IoT capabilities built into the connected lighting infrastructure can help bring the smart future closer to reality.


    Upgrading your lighting has never been easier


    Businesses can take advantage of funding opportunities through the Singapore Green Plan 20301 to make the switch to LED lighting quickly and effectively. Our team of lighting and financial experts2 can help you overcome investment hurdles by designing the perfect lighting system and crafting a financial plan that fits your budget.


    Private sector financing options3 are also available for hospitality, industrial, retail and office buildings, that are planning to implement energy-efficient lighting systems.


    Choose to support Green Switch today and make a tangible impact on the environment and the future of Singapore. Get in touch with us for a discussion on practical steps you can take to make the Green Switch.


    1More info on Singapore Green Plan Funds & Grants:

    2More info on Signify Lighting Capital:

    3Signify Singapore is a strategic partner of UOB’s U-Energy program. More info on the the program may be found here:

    Renovation wave

    With energy savings of up to 80% and the potential to save 100 megatons of GHG emissions per year, LED and connected lighting is a quick and easy win for sustainable renovation, smart cities, and building the digital infrastructure that a carbon-neutral economy requires.


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    Clean energy

    Harness the power of sunlight with hybrid and solar street lighting. Minimize emissions, build a citywide digital infrastructure, and scale up the use of renewables in your municipality. Use the energy savings to support integrated initiatives, such as powering electric vehicles.


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    Circular economy

    The circular economy has everything to do with sustainable consumption, reuse, and eliminating waste. Signify’s recyclable 3D-printed luminaires cut the carbon footprint for lighting in half. Circular streetlights reduce maintenance costs by 60%, with zero waste to landfill. And Light-as-a-Service approaches promote sustainability along the entire lighting lifecycle.


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    Clean mobility

    Charge stations built into digital streetlights support the Green Deal’s goal of a million EV charging points in Europe by 2025. Savings from energy-efficiency renovations and LED and solar street lighting can power tens of thousands of EVs without extra power generation.


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    A farm-to-fork approach helps to preserve the world’s food supply. LED grow lights boost crop quality and yield with up to half the energy consumption. Lighting designed for vertical farming near cities reduces the carbon and water use, and reduces food miles, while aquaculture lighting increases yield, improves feed conversion and improves animal welfare.


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    Digitalizing your lighting can eliminate 80% of lighting-related energy consumption. But that’s only the beginning. With sensors for collecting data and embedded communications, lighting can join the digital ecosystem and help you realize the full decarbonization potential of green solutions. Connected lighting systems can also offer exciting new applications and services that improve city inhabitants’ daily lives.


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    Signify's Green Switch plan


    From renovating buildings with connected LED lighting to embracing a circular economy, Signify lays out its action plan in a bid to support the EU Green Deal.

    Tackling climate change around the world


    World leaders are finally committing to large-scale climate action. But what does each continent's sustainability plan include? And what does it hope to achieve?

    2020 COVID emissions dip isn't enough


    There was a decline in carbon emissions during the pandemic, but it was merely drop in the ocean. More is needed to see real change.

    UV-C light will support Europe's recovery


    Buildings are one of the key areas where huge renovations are needed to make them more healthy and sustainable. But what part can UV-C disinfection lighting play?

    Europe needs to get tough in its switch to LED


    The European Green Deal wants Europe to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. To achieve this, Signify is calling for the annual pace of building renovation to be doubled to 3% a year.

    Make the switch to LED: The clock is ticking and the world is warming


    The time for change is now. If businesses and cities around the globe switch to LED lighting, we can reduce our carbon footprint by more than 553 million tonnes of CO2, the amount of emissions that 25 billion trees could sequester in a year.

    We’d love to help you flip the Green Switch