Eurostat recently released a data on how much money an LED lightbulb saves people in the EU. Many people in Europe use modern LEDs instead of old
incandescent light bulbs. LEDs use 75 percent less energy and last up to 25 times longer.
In Denmark and Germany using a 10-Watt LED bulb instead of a traditional 60-Watt bulb save 15 € every year. Savings are lower in Southern and Eastern Europe.
Switching to an LED bulb would cut €7.29 from the energy bill in Poland.
The countries in this chart when used 3 hours a day refers to a household with annual electricity consumption between 2,500 and 5,000 Kwh, including taxes of 2017. Romania and Bulgaria are the countries with the lowest saving of 5.99 and 4.78 euros respectively.