Lighting quality and energy efficiency are not conflicting goals. Thanks to the advances in lighting technology, we can develop solutions based on circadian rhythms that help us to improve people’s well-being and reduce energy consumption at the same time.
Bad lighting can lead to sleep deprivation and chronic sleep disorders. This situation affects people’s health, and it is one of the principal causes of mood fluctuations, attention deficit, accidents, and injuries in workplaces.
But it is not the only one. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), lighting accounts for 15 percent of global electricity consumption. That’s why we need to develop solutions to help us reduce energy consumption from the current lighting systems.
How circadian lighting helps us reduce energy consumption and improve well-being at the same time?
Replacing incandescent lighting systems with luminaires with energy-efficient LED technology could reduce energy consumption by 80% or more. Once we have LED systems, the consumption can be reduced by 20% if they are connected to an intelligent control system.
According to research by the Light Right Consortium in New York, in a workplace where the lighting is dimmable, employees are more motivated, more persevering, and more alert.
Lighting systems have a better effect in energy consumption and people’s health!
With our technology, we automate the behavior of light based on geolocation, time of day, and activity to get the benefits of natural light, improving productivity, concentration, health, and experience while saving energy.
If you want to know how to improve well-being and reduce energy consumption, contact us!