It is thought that the bulbs currently consume 77% less energy than the lights which were previously installed on the building and will last significantly longer.
(PRWEB UK) 7 October 2013
The Sun Sentinel reports on October 4 that the twenty-three storey tower has added pink LED lighting to its sides to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The building, which is home to the Bank of America, will also add purple lights for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month in November.
The LED lighting systems were chosen when the building was in need of replacement lighting, and it is thought that the bulbs currently consume 77% less energy than the lights which were previously installed on the building and will last significantly longer. It is also thought that the energy savings and lower maintenance costs should mean that the landlord will make a return on his initial investment within six years.
As experts in LED lighting, the specialists at LEDlights.co.uk closely follow industry related news, and so were interested in this recent news story. A spokesperson for the company offered their comments:
“It is welcome news that an increasing number of buildings are fitting these energy efficient light bulbs. LED light bulbs are renowned for their energy efficiency which, aside from contributing to saving the planet, can lead to significant savings on electricity bills. With maintenance costs also reduced, these bulbs are the ideal choice for businesses.
LED bulbs have colour changing properties which offers versatility to lighting which is ideal for both the business and the home. As shown in this recent news story, this versatile form of lighting offers companies the opportunity for companies to show their support for charitable causes.”
The specialists at LEDLights.co.uk are dedicated to providing a wealth of information and resources on LED lights. Based in the UK, the team are knowledgeable on all aspects of LED lighting, and provide an expanding range of domestic and commercial LED lighting products.