The European statistical agency Eurostat has calculated how much people in the EU can save if they use energy-saving LED lamps instead of conventional incandescent lamps.
Most of the replacement of one 60-watt lamp by 10 Watt LED lamp will be saved by residents of Denmark (15,25 euro per year), Germany (15,24 euro) and Belgium (14 euro). Residents of Cyprus with only one lamp will receive savings in 9,32 euro. The lowest savings will be for residents of Bulgaria (4,78 euro), Lithuania (5,58) and Hungary (5,63). On average, the European Union to replace the lamp can save 10,21 euros.