New Zealand’s Christmas tree lighting industry has seen a rise in the use of LED bulbs, with the number of LED lighting systems now reaching nearly 5,000, according to a report by the New Zealand Association of Lighting Engineers.
New Zealand’s new Christmas tree light displays are the first of their kind in the world, and the industry has grown to over 200,000 people, with many businesses across the country selling lights in their windows.
The new lights are the latest additions to the industry, and are designed to complement existing displays to help families to celebrate Christmas.
While the lights are a small step up from existing lights, they can provide much-needed lighting in the Christmas season.
A single LED light can provide enough light to illuminate more than 200 square metres, which is enough to cover an entire kitchen, according the NZ Association of Light Engineering.
The lights are also much more environmentally friendly than existing lights.
They are more energy-efficient than the bulbs used to produce them, and do not require a lot of maintenance.
For example, lighting the lights can save the country a ton of greenhouse gas emissions, and it can reduce the carbon footprint of its lighting system by up to a quarter, according Green Light New Zealand.
It is estimated that the total annual greenhouse gas emission from lighting is around 50,000 tonnes.
More than 80 per cent of lighting systems in New Zealand are installed in businesses, and 70 per cent are LED lights, according a study conducted by the NZ Lighting Engineering Association.
LED lighting is a renewable energy source, meaning it can be stored for up to 25 years and then recharged and re-used.
Most New Zealand businesses can now sell LED lights to other businesses, but there are some limitations.
Businesses have to obtain an agreement with the lighting company for each installation.
There is also a requirement that they maintain the lights for a minimum of five years before they can sell them to another business.
However, with New Zealand lighting, there is no minimum price, meaning the lights cost a much lower price than other lighting options.
If you are looking to change the way you decorate your home, you can choose from over 500 lighting options from brands like Aladdin, Philips, and Cree, according Topper.
This article originally appeared on The Conversation.