Wal-Mart stores will achieve 100% of LED lighting in Ohio

According to the U.S. “Forbes” magazine reported on November 5, more and more LED light such as the sensor LED flood light because of its economic energy is widely used in retail stores, warehouses and office buildings. Wal-Mart stores located in South Euclid, Ohio will be the first stores where all of the LED lighting including the sensor LED flood light will be used.

Sensor LED flood light and LED tube and other LED light will be used from the parking lot to the plate, and then to ceiling, as well as all the refrigerated area and all non-staple food area lighting in the Wal-Mart store, they use the energy-saving lamps U.S. General Electric Company produce, the energy consumption of the sensor LED flood light and other LED light is only 50 % of traditional incandescent. It is estimated that only a grocery area saving 59,000 kwh a year could be equivalent to the electricity five annual household use.

LED lighting in Wal-Mart

Wal-Mart said the Ohio store is a pilot, which will serve as a model for its future store construction. Wal-Mart plans through this application, the energy intensity that is 2020 kWh per square foot in the store will be reduced by 20% (compared to 2010).

Wal-Mart stores is being constructed, investing heavily applications on renewable energy (especially solar). Wal-Mart invested about 300 worldwide renewable energy projects and plans, expecting to use all of the clean energy to power in the future. Although there is no exact date that when this plan can reach, , but Wal-Mart is already the largest live energy producers including the LED light such as the sensor LED flood light in the United States. IKEA of Sweden was also very positive in the environmental field of energy.Browsing http://www.lead-lighting.com/led-flood-light/high-power-waterproof-pir-led-flood-light-series.htm for more information about the pretty awesome and qualify sensor  LED flood light.

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