LEDs in horticulture applications

New DOE Study Estimates Energy-Saving Potential in Horticultural Lighting

Report reveals how LED products are competing with traditional light sources in horticultural applications.

LED lighting is enabling unprecedented advances in horticulture lighting, and this new field is attracting huge interest, according to a recent update from the DOE. One of its new reports, “Energy Savings Potential of SSL in Horticultural Applications,” examines the energy-saving potential of LED lighting in horticultural applications. Among the key findings was the fact that, based on current performance, LED lighting offers a 24% to 30% reduction in electricity consumption per

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