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Energy efficient LED

LED lighting is very energy efficient compared to traditional lights, because it uses less energy to produce the same light output. Plus, did you know that the lifetime of a LED bulb or fixture is up to 20 times longer?

Make the switch to LED and save up to $150 on you energy bills.

There are 2 things that make LED lighting the most energy efficient lighting; very low energy usage and a very long lifetime.  That's good news, not just for our environment, but also for you!


Long lifetime

LED light sources last longer, avoiding the hassle of frequent changing of light bulbs.  This significantly reduces waste but also saves money in the long term.

The lifetime of a LED light source can be up to 20 times longer than that of traditional light sources. A traditional  incandescent light bulb has a lifetime of about 1,000 hours, while Philips LED lighting has a lifetime up to 25,000 hours. That is more than 22 years!

Energy-saving LED lights

LED lighting means sustainable lighting in so many ways. First, LED lights save up to 85% energy compared to a traditional bulb with the same light output. 

When you buy a Philips LED fixture or light bulb, you start saving money right away. For each light bulb you replace with a LED light, you will see immediate returns on a lower energy bill.

Your local utility may also offer a rebate on EnergyStar certified Philips LED bulbs. View the utility rebate map and find even more savings.


Lumens & wattage

Lumens and wattage are important concepts to understand when considering the energy use of a light source. Simply put: a LED light uses far less energy (watts) to produce the same light output (lumens).

An example: a LED bulb uses only 10.5 watts to produce a light output of 800 lumens, while a traditional light bulb uses 60 watts (or 6 times more energy!) to product the same lumen output.

Watch the video to learn more about watt and lumen, or check out our Wiki guides on amount of light and watts & lumens.