Since in our country, most of the electricity from power plants is supplied with fossil fuels, electricity consumption means more fossil fuels and more carbon dioxide emissions. For this reason, this aspect should also be considered when presenting the lighting design for the environment. For example, the use of LED projectors, SMD projectors and COB projectors are very suitable for reducing greenhouse gases and other harmful gases.
An average tree consumes about six kilograms of carbon dioxide per year, and for every kilowatt hour of electricity consumption, half a kilogram of carbon dioxide is released. Therefore, if the lighting design is such that more than 12 kilowatt hours of electricity is consumed per tree per year, environmental pollution is definite.
On average, an urban lighting scheme works 4,000 hours a year (11 hours a day and 365 days a year) so the maximum power consumption of the lighting system per tree should be 3 watts.
With this precise and simple argument, we can understand the importance of using the latest technology in the world, namely the use of LED projectors, SMD projectors and COB projectors.