SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers | VOL. 41

59.1: Invited Paper: On the Recent Progress of LED Lighting in Japan

Publication Date Jan 1, 2010


The widespread introduction of LED lighting is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions because white LEDs will be the most efficient light sources in the near future. This paper describes trends in emission of greenhouse gases in Japan and compares the CO2 emission of LED lighting with conventional lighting.


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