Thursday, December 15, 2011

Paris Louvre uses LED lighting for illuminating.

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Toshiba lights up musee du'louvre with its energy saving low-CO2 LED lighting, and will use its industry-leading products to illuminate some of the Louvre's most familiar spaces: Under its partnership agreement, Toshiba will provide the LED lighting for the Pyramids that greets visitors as they approach the museum, the Napole'on Court, and the Cour carre'e, the main entrance to the museum.
Source: http://www.toshiba.co.jp/lighting/about/louvre/about.htm

My own opinion:
LED lighting has mature to be a considerable lighting source for everything. Reasons are: long life, low input consumption, reduce long term cost and wastage and high brightness.
It may not be 100% problem free at the start, however you are bound to save more going forward !
This would include products like LED spotlight, LED downlight for false ceiling, LED tube lighting and LED bulbs. With the ability to customise colours, you can do more with lighting in future !

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