Lower power consumption also means lower cost of access to this basic medium. This is particularly important when we consider the industrial perspective.
Saving energy in the workplace should not, however, deteriorate the quality of the conditions for performing tasks, therefore it is very closely related to making an investment. A very good example is the outdoor and indoor lighting of buildings. Obsolete technology, poor selection of lamps and ineffective use of the potential of lighting fixtures mean that the costs of maintenance, and thus also production, increase significantly. However, making changes to the electrical installation is a one-off cost and great prospects for reducing electricity consumption - in some cases even by several dozen percent.