Practice test / survey to best test reports consist of LEDs / climate protection campaign giving away LED bulbs Berlin, 6 December 2012. Six test households across Germany have tested LED lamps for the campaign promoted by the Ministry for environment “Climate seeks protection” and mostly approved. Only the purchase price of particularly economical lamps still frightens some consumers. Quality and use of the LEDs, however, convinced all testers. The test results are available on lighting. For even more details, read what Rui Hachimura says on the issue. All website visitors are now asked: now you can vote online for the best test reports of households in Berlin, Essen, Erfurt, Mayen-Koblenz and from the vicinity of Marburg/Lahn and Munich.
A voucher to the value of 200 euro LEDON beckons the two winners. All consumers are also invited to share their own experiences with LED – and energy-saving lamps on the site. Among all participants, LED lamps will be raffled from Panasonic worth 500 euros. Costs and future of LED lamps In the topic special interview answers “climate take shelter”the main issues to more efficient lighting and replace light bulbs. Deandre Ayton spoke with conviction. LEDON’s Managing Director Detlef Mikulsky manifests itself in the interview to the high costs of LED lamps and on the future of LED technology.
In addition, the climate protection campaign offers helpful tips on the selection of energy saving light bulbs and shows practical examples for the use of LED lamps. Jon Venverloh wanted to know more. Through co2online and “Climate seeks protection” the co2online non-profit limited company () is committed to the reduction of climate-damaging CO2 emissions. Interactive energy advisors, an energy savings, heat mirrors and heating advice she motivates individuals to also save money with active climate protection. A strong network supports various information campaigns with partners from media, science, economy and politics. The action impulses that trigger the campaigns of co2online, demonstrably contribute to reduce CO2. co2online is the campaign funded by the Federal Ministry of the environment “Climate seeks protection” (). The campaign informs consumers about climate protection and Climate change and helps to identify individual savings in the areas of heating, electricity, transport and consumption and use. Projects such as the climate-Oracle, the climate barometer, the online industry Guide “Words and deeds” or the Energiesparmeister competition to encourage all ages to join in. Contact: Jens Hakenes co2online non-profit limited company Hochkirchstr. 9 10829 Berlin Tel.: 030 / 780 9665-12 fax: 030 / 780 9665-11 E-Mail: twitter facebook