The measure aims to conserve energy and promote environmentally friendly thinking
(PRWEB UK) 13 September 2013
The bill, which has been filed in the Philippines, would require all agencies to fit LED lighting, according to Business World Online (12th Sept). The measure, which has been filed with the House of Representatives, aims to conserve energy and promote environmentally friendly thinking. If passed, the bill would mean that all government offices would have to replace their lighting with LED bulbs.
Parañaque Rep. Eric L. Olivarez of the first district filed the bill, named the LED Light Savings Act of 2013. He commented in his explanatory note that LED lights were more efficient, and could save almost 70% in energy consumption. The bill also hopes to eliminate the use of toxic mercury, which is contained within incandescent and fluorescent bulbs.
As a reputable retailer, providing a range of high quality LED lighting products, LED StripLights co. follow industry developments closely. Naturally intrigued by the Filipino bill’s potential, a representative for the company commented on the news:
“LED lighting is becoming increasingly popular in both homes and businesses, and it is unsurprising given the substantial benefits over traditional lighting solutions. It is a shrewd choice for businesses and civil services because it can greatly reduce utility expenditure. Many businesses have already made the switch to LED lighting and are reaping the benefits. This bill in the Philippines encourages eco-friendly living and business practices, and we hope that the idea will catch on elsewhere.”
LED Strip Lights co. is a leading LED company based in the UK. With a rapidly expanding collection of lights, the company provides both domestic and commercial LED lighting solutions, including LED transformers and drivers and LED strip light controllers online. Using the latest LED technology, customers can make significant energy savings.