Depending on the company, the share of electrical power consumption for artificial lighting can account for up to 70 percent of the total expenditure for energy procurement. In administrative buildings, too
In administrative buildings, too, lighting is a focal point of consumption, which can account for up to 45 percent or more of the building's total electricity consumption. The electricity costs for lighting are correspondingly high. Although modern, highly efficient LED technologies are available that reduce consumption considerably, outdated lighting systems are still in use in many cases. In addition to reducing electricity costs, energy-efficient lighting also helps to conserve resources and thus contributes to environmental and climate protection.