LED's saves money and nature
Replacing only five traditional light bulbs - which work by heating tungsten filament, converting about 92% of the electricity consumed into the heat and only 8% into the light for LED bulbs, can save our households up to 75 euros a year in reduced energy costs.
Whilethe savings are partially offset by the higher cost of LEDs compared to traditional light bulbs, this compensation is offset by the extended life of the LEDs.
LED lights can cost more in the short term, but in the long run, they are a much more efficient investment. Not only will they help reduce your energy costs, but using LED lights reduces carbon emissions by consuming less energy than you would use with conventional or compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs).