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Can lighting be sustainable?

In recent years, the issue of sustainability has become a high priority in our society. All possible efforts are being made to counteract climate change and protect nature. Whether you are a private individual or a large company - by using sustainable LED lighting you can reduce your ecological footprint and make a big difference.

 

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The key benefits of sustainable lighting:


  • Modern lighting technology not only has a positive impact on the environment but also has a significant economic and social aspect.
  • It promotes people's sense of wellbeing with flicker-free light according to need.
  • Efficient light sources and electronic control systems are largely recyclable, produced with low resource consumption and save costs.

 

What does sustainable lighting mean?

The operating principle of sustainability is based on the idea that no more resources are used than can grow back. Sustainable or ecological lighting refers to both the type of illuminants used and the way they are utilized. We should devote Luminaires that have positive energy efficiency from manufacture through application to disposal. The products should therefore consume as little energy as possible throughout their life cycle. They should also be used efficiently. They can be supplemented by modern technology such as the smart home principle. Sustainable light sources are therefore optimized lamps that protect natural resources.

 

Which lighting is sustainable?

LEDs are efficient, long-lasting and low-maintenance, making them the ideal sustainable lighting. Because of their long service life, the replacement rate and disposal rate are lower, while fewer luminaires need to be produced. Modern light sources reduce not only electricity costs but also light pollution of the night sky. Conventional outdoor lighting, e.g. streetlights, causes strong light emissions, i.e. radiant light. This brightens the dark night sky and thus disrupts the rhythm of life of animals and humans. The new lighting technology provides the ideal light in an energy-saving and environmentally friendly way. The entire life cycle of LED lighting is sustainable. Light sources do not only consume energy when they are in operation. For a complete energy balance, production and transport, disposal and recycling must also be taken into account. The result: the energy consumption of LEDs is low, which is why they are also known as green lighting technology. During production, recyclable materials such as glass and metals are used sparingly. In addition, harmful substances such as mercury are not used. Consequently, LED lamps can be recycled.

 

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We recommend that you focus on quality even with sustainable lighting, because lamps are only really sustainable if they are permanently efficient and their light output remains constant. Our tip: LED lights from Noxion - they combine high quality with low energy consumption.

 

Why should you go for sustainable lighting?

You should definitely replace your outdated luminaires. Not only do they cost an incredible amount of electricity, they are also an environmental problem in terms of both manufacture and disposal. Modern LEDs, on the other hand, are economical, gentle on people and animals and use the resources available to us in an environmentally responsible manner. Probably the greatest incentive for a switch to sustainable lighting is clearly the cost factor. LED alternatives consume less electricity for the same brightness. This is already noticeable at the next billing. Thanks to the so-called return on investment, the purchase price is amortised shortly.

 

Where can sustainable lighting be used?

Energy-efficient lighting is the ideal alternative for any conventional light source. There are therefore countless areas of application for modern LED lighting solutions. Particularly high cost and energy savings can be achieved in places that are usually illuminated around the clock. These include for example car parks, airports, railway stations and hospitals. However, an investment in sustainable lighting is not only worthwhile in these areas, because modern lighting technology can contribute a great deal to ecological development. Lower costs for electricity and maintenance make up for the necessary expenditure. Modern lighting technology makes an important contribution to sustainable urban development: lighting helps us find our way around, increases the sense of security and beautifies the cityscape. At the same time it generates enormous costs and harms the environment. Every year, millions of insects die of light pollution because the night sky becomes continuously brighter and they are attracted by street lamps or billboards. Both the cost and the high light emissions are counteracted by a switch to sustainable luminaires. Because LEDs are insensitive to cold, they are also ideal for street lighting. But a switch to ecological lighting is also advisable for indoor applications.

In office buildings, modern LED technology is supplemented by digital lighting control. Sustainable lighting involves not only a switch to LED lamps but also the use of an intelligent circuit. This automatically detects when people enter or leave the room or when daylight is bright enough. A timer can also be used to ensure that offices are not unnecessarily lit. This ensures that energy-saving luminaires are not only installed but also used effectively. Presence-controlled lighting is particularly helpful and contributes to sustainability in rooms used only sporadically, such as corridors, conference rooms or toilets.

 

Sustainable light sources for every area


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Warehouse and logistics



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Office



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Hotel and catering



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Shops and shop windows



 

What contribution does direct lighting make?



The development of resource-saving lighting technology is an integral part of the lighting industry's sustainability strategy. We at Any-lamp also see it as our responsibility to enable our customers to lead a greener lifestyle. We declare war on obsolete power guzzlers and promote the use of environmentally friendly LEDs. Join us - use light intelligently and economically and thus make a contribution to combating climate change.

To make your choice easier, we clearly mark every product with an energy label. Thanks to this transparency, you know at first glance how energy-efficient the product is.

What contribution does direct lighting make?

The development of resource-saving lighting technology is an integral part of the lighting industry's sustainability strategy. We at Any-lamp also see it as our responsibility to enable our customers to lead a greener lifestyle. We declare war on obsolete power guzzlers and promote the use of environmentally friendly LEDs. Join us - use light intelligently and economically and thus make a contribution to combating climate change.

To make your choice easier, we clearly mark every product with an energy label. Thanks to this transparency, you know at first glance how energy-efficient the product is.

 

Conclusion

More energy is still used for lighting than necessary. With sustainable lighting technology, we can improve the energy balance by reducing CO² emissions and using resources more economically. Future-oriented action using modern LEDs not only relieves the environment but also your wallet - you save money. Reduced maintenance costs contribute to cost efficiency and create an important incentive to purchase green lighting technology.