As the consequences of climate change become more apparent each day, the level of urgency—and uncertainty—increases. Mitigating the effects of climate change requires commitment from every individual, corporation, and government. While international policies set long-range targets for achieving net zero economies, efforts to reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption must continue and increase. As a result, construction companies must commit to replacing materials that contribute to emissions sustainable building materials. Encouraging this commitment begins with increased resolve at the corporate level to reduce emissions through green building renovations and new building designs.
Interoperable, connected technologies offer a solution for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption. Within those technologies, LED lighting systems serve as the starting point through flexible design options, low operating costs, and excellent heat dissipation. The capabilities offered through LED lighting systems that connect with other building operations allow design teams to create sustainable office environments that appeal to tenants and occupants.
To learn more about how connected technologies align with global energy policies, read our white paper Good connectivity: a key to decarbonizing the building sector, here.