As days get shorter your lights stay on longer, it pays to use energy efficient lights in your home as lighting accounts for a large portion of your daily energy use. Switch to efficient bulbs and reduce replacement, energy use and your bill.  

  1. ENERGY STAR certified bulbs use less energy, so they cost less to operate than standard bulbs.

2. Select the right brightness and color for your needs.

3. ENERGY STAR certified bulbs last 15-25 times longer than standard bulbs with a lifetime savings of $80.

4. The average home has 70 lightbulbs – a simple switch can lead to big savings.

 

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