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only where and when
they're need ed
One of the easiest ways to save
energy is to switch from traditional
incandescent or energy-saving bulbs
To make it even easier for you, IKEA has
switched its entire lighting range to
energy-efficient LED. So efficient that
they last for over 20 years, LED bulbs use
a fraction of the electricity and have less
environmental impact. And, of course,
you'll cut your electricity bills too.
And now we've made it even easier to use
only what you need. The IKEA TRÅDFRI
Smart Lighting System allows you to easily
adapt lighting in your home, so you can
switch from warm to cold light, dim the
brightness, and turn on and off, all from
a hand-held control or through an app on
your phone. And the system is plug-and
play, which means there's no need for new
wiring or hiring an electrician. Just replace
your old bulbs with wireless TRÅDFRI bulbs
and you have a dimmable light.
A quarter of the world's
energy consumption is
used for lighting.
Lighting accounts for
about 18 percent of a
household's electric bill.
LEDs have been around
since the 1960s. You'll
find them in car brake
lights, airport information
signs and traffic signals.
LEDs use up to
85 percent less energy
than incandescent bulbs.
Replacing your halogen
downlighters with LED
could save you about
E30 a year*
DID YOU KNOW? 87% of families in the UK worry about energy bills.
And 15% of UK households think their energy use is out of control*.