15 Surprising Facts about LED Lighting Industry

Here are some cool facts about LED lighting that might surprise you
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TAMPA, Fla. - Dec. 2, 2015 - PRLog -- 1.      LED’s use at least 75% less energy than halogen bulbs

2.      LED last 35-50 times longer than halogen and up to 10 times longer than CFL’s

3.      LED’s are “instant-on” and require no warmup time

4.      LED lights fitted with sensors can automatically know how much illumination is needed, and where it should be directed. The lights will adjust to a crowded party or to a dark parking garage.

5.      Specific light recipes have been shown to speed patient-recovery times in hospitals. Meanwhile, new home medical devices are reaching the market in Europe that utilize intense blue LED lights to ease back pain.

6.      WIFI connected “smart bulbs” can be operated from a smart phone

7.      LED don’t give off heat like CFL’s which helps lower your A/C bill

8.      Energy use in America is doubling every 20 years. LED’s can help reduce this number. Only about 10% of the energy used in a single lightbulb is used to create light, the rest is used to create heat. LED light bulbs, use about 80% less energy in total than standard bulbs

9.      It is estimated that in 2014, the United States used approximately 412 billion kWh of electricity just for lighting

10.  The United States uses approximately 23% of the world’s energy, yet it only holds about 5% of the world’s population

11.  K-12 schools in the United States spend more than $6 billion on energy use, or more than they spend on textbooks and computers combined

12.  Lighting costs make up approximately 20% of all of the electricity used in the United States today

13.  LEDs contain no mercury and have a much smaller environmental impact than halogen or fluorescent bulbs

14.  In 2012, about 49 million LEDs were installed in the U.S. -- saving about $675 million in annual energy costs. Switching entirely to LED lights over the next two decades could save the U.S. $250 billion in energy costs, reduce electricity consumption for lighting by nearly 50 percent and avoid 1,800 million metric tons of carbon emissions

15.  Switching to LEDs can reduce electrical and maintenance costs of a commercial building by up to 30%

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