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LED Indoor Professional Lighting

Our work with businesses on indoor LED lighting.

Indoor Lighting

Buildings offer one of the biggest opportunities for emission reduction activities as they can consume up to 1/3 of global energy demand, and account for about 40% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions globally. Lighting alone can represent up to 40% of a building’s energy footprint and with the advent of highly efficient and affordable LEDs, can offer direct energy savings of 50-70%. This percentage is even greater when LEDs are used in conjunction with smart controls. We will therefore highlight the immediate and accessible savings, benefits and wider opportunities that connected LED lighting solutions can provide for indoor work-office environments.

Buildings can consume up to

1/3
of global energy demand

"Improving energy efficiency belongs at the core of business strategy. Installing LED lighting immediately lowers energy costs while delivering on emissions goals. In this pivotal year for climate action, every successful, energy-smart company will make LEDs their first port of call."

Helen Clarkson, CEO, The Climate Group

Now, we are creating a network of leading businesses committed to switching to LED lighting, together with solution providers that offer practical and technical guidance to assist those companies making the switch.

Connected indoor LED lighting not only offers energy savings and environmental benefits, but can provide opportunities to create modern, human-centric, adaptive lighting environments, enabling staff to individually adjust their work lighting for their needs, well-being and increased wider productivity. Coupling LEDs with smart building sensors and controls, and data gathering systems can further optimize energy use and the use of workspace in offices, retail, factories, logistics, hospitality, healthcare and so on. 

LEDs, can offer direct energy savings of up to

70%

"Connected indoor LED lighting not only achieves unprecedented energy savings, it can facilitate many use cases enabled by IoT. Connected Lighting can do so much more enabling users to understand their space utilization, improve performance, send high bandwidth data, help employees find spaces to work and much more. Businesses should not delay the roll-out to connected LED lighting in their buildings to ensure they take advantage of both immediate and future benefits."

Derek Wright, Global Head of Office Systems & Services, Signify

We aim to drive far greater business action on connected LED lighting, in partnership with Signify, by:

•    Facilitating knowledge-sharing between businesses and solution providers, offering practical and technical guidance;
•    Convening experts to explore flexible financing mechanisms to help unlock new sources of funding for large-scale LED lighting projects;
•    Engaging key regional policy stakeholders to ensure government and business action goes hand-in-hand;
•    Showcasing the commitment and progress of leading businesses as they work towards their energy efficiency goals.

The Climate Group already brings together leading, energy-smart companies committed to doing more with less, through its global EP100 initiative with the Alliance to Save Energy. Many of its members are transitioning to LEDs.  

Since 2009 The Climate Group has been working to accelerate the switch of public street-lighting to LEDs by 2025, and through its LED Scale-Up program has successfully put LEDs on the agenda of city authorities globally. Signify estimates that a global switch to LEDs across the public and private sector could avoid 1,400 million tons of CO2 – equivalent to preventing 1,250 power plants being built, while saving US$272 billion.

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Date added: 19/10/20

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