Change your lights and benefit from lower electricity bills

LED lights have a wide range of colours, beam angles and brightness, and its advantageous features allow us to use them at various fields, but also there are a few things best to avoid with them. So what are the dos and don'ts with LEDs, besides the energy saving advantages?

LED bulbs are available for low voltage systems and for the mains as well. Since low voltage LED lights have somewhat different requirements, here we will discuss only main voltage LEDs, since these light bulbs are the most frequently in the UK households. Since they come with the regular fittings, like E27, E14, GU10 or B22, B15 it is extremely easy to replace your old bulbs with LEDs.  You do not have to change the light fittings.

Best to buy a few first just to ensure that you have the right ones, although most companies offer a replacement service. First, always switch off the lights, and then remove the old bulb turned counter-clockwise. Once you pushed the LED light bulb into its place, turn it clockwise as far as you can. DO NOT force it, and then test by switching the light on. You will notice over time that the bulb appears brighter. This is normal and not a sign that the bulb is about to burn out!

Nottingham Declaration

Welcome to the Nottingham Declaration website. The world is facing a crisis the likes of which it has never known before, and it is one of our own making.

Our addiction to the use of fossil fuels to power our cities and societies has led to the poisoning of our atmosphere.

Our only hope is to change our ways as soon as we can, by making use of sustainable energy sources such as solar panels and wind farms to give us the power we need, without harming our world. If you have any questions about Nottingham Declaration, contact us and we will endeavour to answer them.