LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting is very much the future of home lighting. LED room lighting have many advantages over normal incandescent bulbs, the most important ones being to cut the electricity to 60%.
Another important difference between LEDs and conventional lighting is that conventional systems emit 98% of their energy in heat, which is not necessary and could be harmful. Conventional lamps also diffuse light in all directions. Therefore, they are very wasteful. The LED, on the other hand, does not convert energy into heat and cold to the touch. This converts all of the light energy into illumination and diffuses the light in one direction.
Another difference is the cost. LED is virtually cost-free to run and survive an incredible more than three decades. The operating costs of LED lighting will never exceed the cost of the bulb in the first place. Compare this to non-LED lights that cost more than 500 times the price of the bulb to operate and replace.
Conventional incandescent bulbs are very fragile and break easily. LED home lamps on the other side, which is difficult and won't break easily. They are also safer because they do not contain harmful mercury that is present in various other lights. Therefore, they do not pose a health risk and can be easily removed without taking special precautions. They also do not emit harmful rays such as infrared or ultraviolet radiation.
The use of LEDs has four main advantages: zero fire risk, energy efficiency, lower costs, and light focus. They are an ideal replacement for halogen lamps everywhere, they are very wasteful of energy, they heat up and are much more expensive.