LED lighting has become more popular in the residential, agricultural and commercial sectors as individuals and organisations choose to replace their standard halogen lighting to LED. Because of their high lumen output per watt, LED lighting is capable of turning approximately 70% of their energy into light. This makes LED lighting much more efficient than other bulbs, which waste a lot of energy by turning it into heat.
LED lighting consumes 80%-90% less energy than incandescent and halogen lights. Typically, the lifespan is between 15,000 hours and 50,000 hours. LED lights do not contain any toxic mercury that can be found in other lights, which make it more environmentally friendly.