%40 Saving Made With Philips LEDs

%40 Saving Made With Philips LEDs

Philips Turkey and the General Directorate of Renewable Energy conducted a pilot project in Ankara to measure the amount of energy that can be saved by LED lighting. Within the scope of the project 46 high pressure sodium-vapor luminaires of 276W were replaced with 159W and 169W LED luminaires on the Inönü Boulevard in Ankara, the capital city. The system can also be remote controlled.

In Turkey, energy consumption in lighting comprises %20 of of all energy consumed. With %40 savings on this, the expected saving may total to 16 billion TL (8 billion USD) and 4,2 million tons of CO2 emissions.

For details, please visit: http://www.lighting.philips.com/pwc_li/main/products/controls/assets/ankara%20-led-road-lighting-pilot-project-case-study.pdf

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