In our daily business operations, we have to assume our environmental responsibility and use resources as efficiently as possible. Optimizing energy consumption is a top priority in lighting solutions for the retail industry.
No matter who may be involved – food discount stores, boutiques, furniture stores, DIY stores or garden centers – there is virtually nowhere else where the energy used in lighting can be saved so easily. Converting to environmentally friendly LED alternatives will have a positive effect on energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
The EU plans to save a total of 260 TWh of energy in 2030. Lighting would account for around 16 % of that. Energy consumption for lighting is to be reduced by 41.9 TWh. This target can only be achieved if the energy efficiency requirements for light sources are further increased. These will be implemented in stages with the the EU regulations Single Lighting Regulation 2019/2020 (SLR) and Energy Label Regulation 2019/2015 (ELR).
Setting the scene
Energy-efficient & sustainable
Light can be used to design rooms and create a unique shopping experience that stimulates customers’ senses.