The new US Department of Energy report estimates that the rapid adoption of LEDs for general lighting applications should cut U.S. consumers' energy bills by approximately $120 billion in just 20 years and save 1,488 terawatts¹ of power in the same time frame. By switching to energy-efficient LEDs, total US lighting power consumption could be cut 25% by 2030.²
¹ A terawatt is equivalent to one trillion (1012) watts.
² Source: www.digikey.com/lighting
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