LED is a technology whose maturity now allows to advantageously replace traditional lighting systems.


  • Lighting Temperatures

  • Colors

  • Wider span of illumination

Definition

LED is an electronic component that emits light when in contact with an electric current.

The technology is not new, but has now reached its maturity, thanks to the work developed in this growing field.

Key benefits

  • Low energy consumption
  • 95% recyclable
  • No ecological risk to the environment
  • No toxic and pollutant products
  • Total absence of light pollution
  • No maintenance
  • Maximum and instantaneous ignition when turned on
  • Compliance with RoHS Standard
  • Very low heating
  • Higher lighting level
  • Wide range of colors and lighting heat
  • No infrared or ultraviolet production
  • No flicker
Energy Savings
Light bulbs
Halide lamps
Sodium lamps
Fluorescent lamps
Life cycle
LED Systems
50 000 h
Fluorescent lamps
5000 to 7000 h
Halide lamps
4000 to 5000 h
Light bulbs
1000 h

An ecological solution

  • LEDs consume up to 90% less electricity than conventional lighting
  • Their life cycle is 10 times longer than conventional solutions
  • They don’t contain any hazardous product (95% recyclable)

Case study

As an illustration, a shopping mall with 1,100 fluorescent tubes used on average 11 hours per day would make the following savings :
Energy savings
Watts EUR
Monthly savings 18’150 3’811
Annual savings 217’801 45’737
Savings over 10 years 2’217’801 458’737
Emissions avoided
CO2 toe NOx SO2
Kg / y 147016 50 327 305
T / 10 years 1470 0.5 3 3
Reforestation equivalent 27 Ha / year
Investment payback below 2 years !