Monthly Archives: February 2014

LED is highly energy efficient, Less heat, more light, lower cost Use less electricity for the same light output – 85% less electricity when compared to conventional lighting and around 18% less electricity compared to CFL. Worldwide, around 20% of electricity is consumed in lighting. LED can make a big impact on your energy use. […]

An ordinary incandescent (ICL) bulb is an extremely energy inefficient for lighting when compared to LED. A ICL bulb requires 60 watts of power to emit 350-400 lumen of light (unit of light) while CFL lights emit 450-550 lumen of light on 14-16 watts. However, they have issues because of their hazardous mercury coat. LED […]