1 According to the EPREL database on the date of publication of this press release.
2 Energy savings of the Ultra Efficient products compared with the Philips standard alternative products: Philips MASTER LEDbulb UE saves 50% compared to Philips CorePro LEDbulb A60 60W; Philips MASTER LEDspot UE EELA saves 45% compared to Philips LEDspot GU10 50W. Philips MASTER LED SON-T UE lamp saves 43% compared to Philips SON-T 100W E E40.
3 This calculation compares the Philips MASTER LED SON-T UltraEfficient with the conventional Philips SON-T 100W E E40. The lights are assumed to be used for 4,100 hours annually. The average energy cost is 0.287 €/kWh, and it is calculated for the professional roads and streets application in Europe, valid in 2022, based on 47 European countries: Albania, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan. The data presented is an illustrative forecast based on a proprietary model developed by Signify to help customers understand the impact of lighting on the environment. Signify's "Green Switch conventional light point conversion model" uses input from numerous sources, references, and data points (available upon request) to generate a simulated view of a given market's energy consumption, but the accuracy of which cannot be verified. The thousand separator is a comma (,) and the decimal separator is a period (.).
4 Philips MASTER LEDbulb UE (50,000 hours at L70, 4W) compared to Philips CorePro LEDbulb A60 60W (15,000 hours at L70, 8W); Philips MASTER LEDspot UE EELA (50,000 hours at L70, 2.1W) compared to Philips LEDspot GU10 50W (15,000 hours at L70, 4.6W).