Philips to showcase green range at EPIC
Dubai, June 19, 2011
Philips will showcase its Philips Green Home featuring a range of energy efficient consumer lifestyle and lighting innovations at EPIC, the sustainable living expo taking place in Dubai from June 22 to 24.
The Philips Vision 2015 strategy, which includes doubling investment in Green Innovation by 2015, highlights the company’s commitment to contributing towards a greener environment.
These new eco-friendly solutions address a growing consumer demand for sustainable options that enable them to contribute to the environment through small everyday steps.
The new Philips energy efficient range of consumer lifestyle innovations is made up of several ingenious vacuum cleaners, a powerful handheld vacuum cleaner, a range of energy saving steam irons, a family of volume control and temperature regulating kettles, Blu Ray home theatre systems, Blu Ray DVD players, a range of LCD TVs and a range of consumer lighting.
Designed to conveniently reduce their impact on the environment without compromising on performance or design, these appliances benefit from new Philips technology which allows them to work at the same capacity as regular ones but by using less energy or incorporates unique features that enables consumers to actively save energy themselves.
Switching to these energy saving appliances will help every household reduce its CO2 emission without having to change their lifestyle, a statement said.
“Philips technology has been advancing and simplifying consumers’ lives since 1891. Designed around the Philips brand pillar of ‘sense and simplicity’, these eco-friendly products make it easier for consumers to save energy,” said Vincenzo Ventricelli from Philips.
“Consumers are increasingly searching for simple ways to make an everyday contribution to the environment and Philips is committed to creating solutions that meets this need.”
All of the energy saving innovations meet the recognised Philips green certification and carry the Philips Green logo, the statement added. – TradeArabia News Service
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