Simple Lighting Company Responds To World’s Most Energy Efficient LED

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The online lighting retailers at Simple Lighting Company have shared their thoughts on the latest Phillips product to hit the news.

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The tube produces 200 lumens per watt compared to 100 lumens per watt.

It was reported by the BBC that lighting giant, Phillips, has described its lamp as “the world’s most energy efficient”, on the basis that the prototype tube lighting LED is twice as efficient as those already being used in offices around the world, yet provides the same amount of light. The tube produces 200 lumens per watt compared to 100 lumens per watt. Philips claims it is expecting the lamp to go on the market in 2015, initially to replace office lighting.

The ability to halve the amount of energy used has double benefits in the form of money and energy saved. Closely following all updates and developments within the industry, the team at Simple Lighting were naturally intrigued by the news. Providing a vast range of LED strip lights and tape lights for both domestic and commercial use, the team were eager to share their thoughts on the news.

“We were really excited to hear of this new product from Phillips. As lighting accounts for more than 19% of global electricity consumption, it is becoming more and more important to find ways of improving energy efficiency. It will be interesting to see how quickly it appears on the market and how it will be priced.”

The team at Simple Lighting are looking forward to following the progress of this product.

Established in 2009, Simple Lighting Company aims to provide high quality lighting at some of the most competitive prices on the web. The company has grown considerably in recent years and supplies over 4000 products, specialising in LED lighting, LED tape, LED strip lights as well as indoor and outdoor lighting. Simple Lighting Company considers customer service its priority, regularly adding new products to the website.

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