Philips to lead by science and energy conservation lighting
Philips Lighting promises that by 2020 80% of the company's sales come from products, systems and services that benefit the environment and social benefits. In 2016, the company's sustainable sales reached 78% (72% in 2015) and sustainable sales reached 5.5 billion euros (5.3 billion euros in 2015). Philips Lighting promises to achieve worldwide sales of more than 2 billion LED bulbs by 2020. As of the end of 2016 has delivered 628 million LED bulbs, effectively reducing the 15 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions. Philips Lighting invest 5% of its annual sales as research and development costs, of which 80% of R & D investment for sustainable development and innovation.
Philips Lighting will continue to use intelligent interconnection lighting technology, will be all over the world of home, office and urban public space into a sustainable intelligent space. Achieving sustainable development is not only conducive to environmental protection, but also conducive to the promotion of global economic development. It is expected that by 2020, intelligent interconnected LED lighting products, systems and services can touch up to about 12 billion euros in economic benefits, the funds can be invested in other areas, to promote global economic sustainable development.
Philips Lighting is also committed to helping people around the world enjoy a safe, healthy and happy working and living environment. In March 2017, Philips Lighting announced that it would install a smart interconnected LED road lighting system on the picturesque island of Ameram, the Netherlands, and use Philips ClearSky Spectroscopy to protect migratory living conditions. In the coastal area, Philips Lighting will ClearSky lighting technology with Philips LumiMotion human body motion sensor running. The lighting system automatically dims the light to the light moonlight when no human activity is detected, protecting the dark environment and relieving the adverse effects of man-made lighting on poultry, herbivores and migratory birds.
In China, Philips Lighting is committed to helping China to promote sustainable urbanization through local innovation, providing lighting solutions for the Chinese market, enhancing the user experience, enabling smart cities, sustainable office space and intelligent interconnected home lighting The
Green intelligent building is an important part of realizing sustainable urban development. According to statistics, in the total cost of construction, the cost of lighting facilities accounted for only 2%, but its power consumption accounted for about one-third of the total building electricity consumption. March 2017, Philips Lighting announced China's first near zero energy demonstration building in the intelligent interconnection lighting system operation. In the country for the first time the use of PoE intelligent Internet office lighting technology for employees to provide a more comfortable and efficient working environment. 2 years of operating data show that Philips Lighting in providing beyond the national standard lighting quality at the same time, to help reduce the lighting power density of 64%; reduce the overall lighting energy consumption up to 75%.