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Energy Saving Ceiling Lights

It is reported that a global switch to efficient lighting systems would trim the world`s electricity bill by nearly one-tenth. This page shows all Lighting Styles ceiling lights that use energy efficient lighting. More information on energy efficient lighting can be found at the foot of the page. This is a large selection of lighting so please use the drop down search functions which allow you to browse via Popular, Colour, Lamp Type, No of Bulbs or IP Rating.  All of these will help you narrow your search.

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Dazzling Suspended Light with Concentric Circles Lit by LEDsDazzling Suspended Light with Concentric Circles Lit by LEDs

Dazzling Suspended Light with Concentric Circles Lit by LEDs

 
£2,179.20
Energy Efficient & Fully Adjustable - Ideal for Commercial Use
Tri-Colour Long Drop LED Glitter Ball PendantTri-Colour Long Drop LED Glitter Ball Pendant

Tri-Colour Long Drop LED Glitter Ball Pendant

 
£2,330.00
Perfect for a High Ceiling!
20 LED Chrome & Glitter Balls - 4 Metre Drop20 LED Chrome & Glitter Balls - 4 Metre Drop

20 LED Chrome & Glitter Balls - 4 Metre Drop

 
£2,456.73
Adjustable for Spiral or Random Design
Crystal & Chrome LED Multi Circle PendantCrystal & Chrome LED Multi Circle Pendant

Crystal & Chrome LED Multi Circle Pendant

 
£4,976.73
3m Drop Great for High Ceilings & Atriums
Large Crystal Ring LED Pendant with 4m DropLarge Crystal Ring LED Pendant with 4m Drop

Large Crystal Ring LED Pendant with 4m Drop

 
£5,037.82
820mm Ceiling Plate & Tensile Wires
18 Amber Glass LED Pendants on Double Ring Ø1m18 Amber Glass LED Pendants on Double Ring Ø1m

18 Amber Glass LED Pendants on Double Ring Ø1m

 
£5,364.00
Perfect for Large Atriums or Entrances
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Some incandescent bulbs are very inefficient; converting only about 5% of the energy they receive into light and the UK government is set to ban the sale of the standard incandescent light bulb. Other lamps and lighting equipment that are being scrutinised and may be banned include low-efficiency fluorescent tubes, high-loss "ballasts" for fluorescent tubes, high-loss halogen transformers and mercury discharge lamps.

If you want to reduce your carbon footprint use energy efficient lamps, running on high frequency electronic ballasts and switch off your lights when they are not required both at work and at home.

Take a look at http://www.banthebulb.org website.