Back to overview

New energy label led lighting

The world of lighting is constantly evolving, and with the introduction of LED lighting, energy-efficient lighting is now more accessible than ever before. But how can one ensure that they choose the most energy-efficient options? The answer lies in the new energy labels for LED lighting

What are energy labels for LED lighting?

Energy labels for LED lighting are standardized ratings that inform people about the energy efficiency of a lamp or fixture. These labels, similar to those on household appliances such as washing machines and refrigerators, are designed to help people make informed choices that both save energy and reduce costs.

Why is energy-efficient lighting important?

The use of energy-efficient LED lighting can offer significant benefits, both to businesses and to society as a whole. By switching to you can reduce your energy consumption as a business. This not only saves you money on your energy bill, but also reduces greenhouse gas emissions and contributes to a more sustainable future. Wondering how much you can save? Calculate it easily with our savings calculator.

How do the new energy labels work?

As of Sept. 1, 2021, a new energy label has been introduced for light bulbs, providing a quick and clear understanding of the energy efficiency of LED lighting. This new label, which runs from A (dark green) to G (red), replaces the old system that ran from A++ to E. The elimination of the pluses makes the label clearer and easier to understand, without compromising the energy efficiency of the lamps themselves.

The new energy label LED lighting not only provides a clear classification, but also leaves room for further improvement. Whereas with the old label many lamps were already at the highest level, the new label offers opportunities for even more economical lamps. This encourages manufacturers to continue to innovate and further optimize energy-efficient lighting.

Energy labels for LED lighting are based on the energy efficiency of a lamp or fixture, expressed in lumens per watt (lm/W). The higher the number of lumens per watt, the more efficient the lighting.

Getting started with energy-efficient lighting

Want to learn more about the new energy labels for LED lighting and how to take advantage of energy-efficient lighting? Then contact us for tailored advice and find out how you can save on energy costs while contributing to a more sustainable future.

Submit a project?

We are happy to take on the challenge!

Curious about what we can do for you? Contact us or leave your details, we will get back to you within one working day.

Maurice Arons