Man has been associated with the concept of energy from the first moment of its existence on Earth. Initially, like other living organisms through food, the primitive man accumulated energy in the appropriate stores of his body, which he used to move, chase, face his enemies. Later, he began to use the energy of other living organisms (muscle strength of the animals), significantly increasing his potentials and strengthening his position in the less-friendly environment in which he had to survive. The exploitation of the energy that was abundant in various forms in the natural environment (fuel, wind, hydraulic power) was the vehicle that, along with the development of its particular psycho-spiritual abilities, enabled it to follow its great evolutionary course reaching in today's technological miracle. These same elements will determine its course and technological development in the future, only when the first concerns about both the impact on itself and the environment and the final outcome of this course are multiplied and strengthened at a similar rate.

The Communion of Abundance begins to erase a prospect for the Society of Misery. In the future man probably feeds on the waste of the present, of course, if the physical capital of the earth is exhausted.

Economists say that in order to give the illusion of prosperity we eat the bread of the future.
The ever-increasing consumer tendencies of the people and the competition between the states lead to a gradual exhaustion of the natural resources of the earth. We get much more from it ,than we need and from what it can give us.
So in front of us is the gloomy prospect of exhausting the physical capital of the earth very quickly.
Most and most essential minerals for human life will disappear very soon if they continue at the same rate of exploitation.
Equally unfavorable is the prospects for fossil fuels. The process of forming these fuels is extremely slow. They are in fact sources that are not renewed. That is why we must not waste unnecessarily these gifts that have given us millions of centuries. Scientists estimate that oil, if it continues with its current rhythm, will disappear within fifty years. What this means can be understood by studying the consequences and disruption that the international economy has caused by the sharp increase in its price since 1973. Nor can we rely solely on coal and gas for energy production, exhausted within 150 years.
The energy problem, irrespective of the time and local peculiarity it presents, is mainly determined by the following components:

The upward trend in energy prices, which creates an increase in costs in all products and services. It is worth noting that since the energy crisis to date, crude oil prices have quadrupled, confirming the permanence of the energy problem in terms of price rises.

1)The uncertainty of the adequacy and stability of the power supply. The phenomenon of uncertainty is maintained by local and regional conflicts, which in most cases are triggered by third party intervention in order to increase their influence on the international oil circuit.

2)The depletion of energy resources, even if it is placed over long horizons.

3)Pollution of the atmosphere and water recipients. In particular, energy acts adversely on the environment at each stage of the energy flow, ie from the extraction of raw materials to their final use. As a result, it contributes most to the creation of the greenhouse effect (from the emissions of the combustion gases) and at the same time reduces the availability of the water potential (from the qualitative degradation of the recipients). Thus, the energy system is mainly responsible for climate change and the global water crisis.

The energy flow management circuit is characterized by large losses, amounting to 85% of the primary energy. It is therefore noted that an important component of the energy system is its non-rational management or, otherwise, its low efficiency.

And its solution

The foregoing describes the energy problem due to the exclusive dependence of the energy system on fossil fuels. Today, 80% of the energy comes from fossil fuels, 14% from renewable energy sources - RES and 6% from nuclear power stations. It is clear that in order to solve the energy problem it is necessary to minimize the use of fossil fuels.
Any solution, however, must ensure the values, traditions, prosperity and freedoms of society as a whole. To this end, the need to implement three strategies with successive (and partially covered) time periods has been broadly accepted.
• The rational management strategy, also known as an energy saving strategy.

• The strategy of replacing conventional energy sources with Renewable Energy Sources (RES).

• The strategy of coming into the natural energy system as an energy carrier.
We have proposed solutions for all three
Strategies,on the table next you can find them


Their main advantage is that they offer very high energy efficiency as opposed to traditional incandescent lamps. Incandescent lamps spend more than 75% of electricity on heat and just 25% on light. In contrast LED lamps spend just 20% on heat and 80% use for light production. These are small and compact, have a long operating life and can be used in an extremely flexible way. They also offer colour rendering ranging from good to excellent. .
Their second major advantage is that they are 100% ecological and safe. They do not contain zinc such as CFL lamps. Zinc is known to be harmful to humans and the environment, so its use is no longer recommended. In addition, the LED lamps are 100% recyclable, and all of their materials can be easily reused.
As far as aesthetics is concerned, with traditional lamps, we do not have any particular choices regarding colour. With LEDs, however, we have a variety of lighting colours, so if you like coloured lights, LEDs are the best choice at your fingertips.

LEDs produce more light per unit of power (lm / watt) compared to incandescent lamps, so they consume less energy.
Since they consume less energy, we have an economy.

The counterproposal that has been going on for some years in the name of CFL, however, is being hampered at several points in the face of emerging LED technology. CFL lamps definitely save enough energy compared to old incandescent lamps, but they do not touch the power savings (and money) achieved by LED technology in any way.
LEDs therefore provide us with electricity consumption up to 50% compared to electronic CFL and Fluorescent lamps and up to 90% compared to incandescent lamps.

LEDs have a longer lifetime than both electronic and incandescent lamps.

LED lifetime ranges from 20,000-50,000 hours of operation.

Under ideal power conditions they can reach and exceed 100,000 hours!
They are also vibration-free and maintenance-free.

LEDs do not contain hazardous substances such as mercury, cadmium, lead and fluorine.

LEDs are produced in many shapes that can be placed in all areas and have the shape and lighting we want.
In particular, LED strips can be cut and glued into small or large pieces in concealed luminaires, slots, holes and corners in ceilings, closets, shelves, etc.

LEDs are flashing instantly, unlike CFL lamps that ... want their time until they reach their maximum brightness whenever you press the switch.

They offer comfortable and relaxing lighting with very good colour quality (CRI> 80) and no ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

Undoubtedly, LED lighting technology is the future of lighting, and over the next decade it will replace traditional light bulbs we have seen for years.




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