Don’t let the common myths about LED lighting keep you from saving more energy in your workplace!
Replacing old incandescent lights with LEDs is one of the best things you can do from an energy standpoint. However, there are many myths out there about LED lighting that could keep you from taking advantage of the best lighting option for your workplace. It’s time to stop believing these myths and learn the truth about LEDs. Check out our energy management expert’s latest blog to learn about the LED myths we’ve already covered, and keep reading to learn the truth about more myths:
Myth #3. LEDs and incandescent lights are essentially the same thing.
The fact of the matter is that LEDs and incandescent lights couldn’t be more different. Not only is the technology used to light LEDs and incandescent lights dramatically different, but how you determine their use is also different. For example, when picking out traditional lights, you’d consider the lumen output and wattage you need, but since LEDs deliver a lot more light, the considerations are different. You may even be able to get away with purchasing fewer LEDS than incandescent lights to light the same area.
Myth #4. LEDs don’t have many environmental benefits.
While many companies switch to LEDs for the fiscal benefits, there’s no denying that there are also a plethora of environmental benefits. Not only do LEDs last longer, generate less heat and use less energy, they also contain zero hazardous materials, which means that there are no risks to people or pricey disposal costs associated with them.
Stop believing the myths and start enjoying more savings every month with LEDs. Contact Energy Network today to get started.