Lower Your Total Cost
of Ownership

By creating a budget plan for a new project, perhaps the most important aspect is the amount of Total Cost of Ownership. Knowing how to reduce your TCO is essential – and GE Lighting can help you solve this daunting task.

By choosing GE LED lighting solution products for your project, you can minimize material, energy, and maintenance costs

- as well as shorten the waiting period of investment returns.

Less Material,
Higher Light Output

Doing „more with less” is vital in today's economic environment. Using GE LED lighting solutions help you reduce your TCO due to various simple reasons.

One reason being, less material is needed achieve the same amount of light emission.

Furthermore, it is not only the amount, but the quality which is very impressive: the light is consistent and homogenous. As a result, there are no shades, stripes or spots, giving a unique presentation to your store.

Go Green and Reduce Your
Energy Bills Up to 70%

Additionally, GE LED lighting is also very energy-efficient: with a reliable long lifetime based on true tests, they can consume significantly less than a traditional application.

Guests are also becoming more and more concerned about the environmentally friendliness of their accommodation. They are happy to see it in your hotel policy that you keep an eye e.g. on water consumption, recycling paper, glass and plastic, or offering bathroom suppliments (shampoo, shower gel, etc.) that can be refilled.
Did you know that there are also travel agencies that offer destinations and hotels considering how eco-friendly their policies are?

Shorten Your ROI Period

According to the above mentioned features, GE's LED lighting applications also shorten the time of ROI: by using these systems, the return of investment can even be less than 2 years.

Figure 1. shows the shortened ROI period for a retrofitted hotel tower offering 749 rooms. 24,500 LED lamps and transformers were implemented, in the favor of a more energy efficient and environmentally friendly opreation of the building. Although there is an additional amount of investment for the lamp replacement project, as you can see, in the case of the superior lamps, the running cost of life is only a bit more than the quarter of the current lamps' running cost. According to this, the payback on additional investment costs will be 18 months – and the main reason for this is the largely reduced energy cost.