The psychological effects of lighting have long been a subject of study. It has been documented that the intensity and quality of light can impact the psychological and physiological well-being of a person, affecting daily mood.
Out of the energy consumed around the world, about 19% is used for lighting. The way to reduce this consumption is not to give up quantity or quality of the light, because this would affect people’s comfort and well-being. The solution is to use more efficient lighting systems.

This efficiency will depend on several factors. These are the most important:

    Design of the luminaire
•    Type of used Lamp
•    Control and adjustment systems
•    Use of natural light
•    Maintenance process

Environmental Gaps will help you to choose the most safe and efficient method, through an international consultancy experts we will help you to have the best solution for your indoor lighting systems. There are different types and shapes from:

-    Power saving lights
-    LED lights