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Cities And Municipalities Switch To LED Luminaires

Cities And Municipalities Switch To LED Luminaires

It is a fact that LED lighting means a revolution in cities seeking a green seal, a commitment to clean energy, and the battle against pollution. In this way, various cities worldwide have migrated to using LED luminaires in their public lighting network and buildings, thanks to their incredible benefits, such as efficiency, energy savings, durability, and more.

Without going any further, one of India’s most exemplary cases has announced replacing 14 million public Lighting with LED. The trend has also moved to Europe, the United States, and our country.

Australia plans to position itself as a leader in the matter through the Energy Efficiency Law and application plans for municipalities that wish to renew their public lighting systems. Thus, the country can save 3,484 million dollars by 2035. But why should a city insist on LED lights?

They are safer

For parks, green areas, bike paths, or sports venues, where safety is essential, LED luminaires are the safest option. They light up quickly, illuminate a broader, clearer spectrum, and can be immune to power surges when combined with solar power.

According to studies, adequate public Lighting can reduce insecurity and traffic accidents.

They are efficient and ecological.

The LED light has more than 40,000 hours of useful life, higher than the classic incandescent light bulbs. Consider that a standard light bulb consumes 95% of the energy in heat and only uses 5% to emit light. LED lights offer low consumption and energy savings of almost 50%, which is undoubtedly a relief for the budget of any municipality.

On the other hand, being versatile, LED lights require minimal maintenance and almost no constant replacement. Its materials are non-toxic and renewable, as they help reduce the carbon footprint.

LED Lighting has these and more benefits that have made different municipalities in Australia and the world choose to acquire a commitment to the environment and their budgets, becoming the best alternative to lead a change in energy matters.