Sainsbury's partnering with Current, powered by GE on the country's largest supermarket lighting upgrade, covering more than 450 stores by 2020
250,000 new LED fixtures will cut Sainsbury's lighting energy consumption by 58 percent and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by more than three percent annually.
Today Current, powered by GE announced it is partnering with Sainsbury's to make it the first grocery retailer in the U.K. to power all its supermarkets entirely by LED lighting.
In the country's largest deal of its kind, Current will upgrade 250,000 LED fixtures across more than 450 stores, cutting Sainsbury's lighting energy consumption by 58 percent and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 3.4 percent annually.
Micro LED has been receiving market attention and attracting loads of investment within the industry. B.J. Lee, Chairman of Epistar, contended that Micro LED, even if it is yet to enter the mass production stage, proved to the public new possibilities for LED innovations. Micro LED is said to offer economical products in the market within five years and Epistar is likely to provide chips as well as wafers. As for MiniLED, Epistar currently holds related technology for applications such as fine-pitch displays and direct-lit HDR TV modules.