LED Lighting Depends On Drivers (.PDF Download)

April 19, 2013
Figures indicate that widespread use of LED lighting by 2027 could save the equivalent electricity of that produced annually by 44 large electrical power plants, worth $30 billion based on today’s electricity prices. One fifth of global electricity is used in lighting, producing 1.9 billion tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually. To put that into context, that’s 70% of the world’s passenger vehicle CO2 output and 6% of global greenhouse gas emissions, so the potential for energy savings is immense.1
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