Energy Efficient Lighting Facts

OPROLIGHTING Energy-Efficient Lighting Facts > ABOUT ENERGY STAR energi With the help of ENERGY STAR, Americans ENERGY STAR saved over prevented an amount of greenhouse gas emissions & equivalent to what 43 million vehicles would produce $23 billion on their utility bills in 2011 If every American home replaced just one light bulb with a light bulb that's earned the ENERGY STAR, we would: ENERGY STAR Save enough energy to light 3 million homes for a year. Save about 600 million in annual energy costs. 9 billion pounds of greenhouse gås emissions per year, equivalent to those from about 800,000 cars. Prevent > ABOUT LED BULBS The life of an LED light bulb can be as long as 50,000 hours about 5 times longer than a CFL bulb. LED bulbs generate almost no heat or UV rays, which can help reduce air conditioning costs in your home and help keep fabrics and furnishings from fading. LED bulbs provide greater energy savings by using up to 80% less energy CFL or incandescent to produce the same amount of brightness as CFLS and incandescent bulbs. LED energy use energy use LED bulbs aren't just for inside the house. They are seen in exit signs, traffic lights, store displays, and anywhere colored light is needed. HOW MUCH DOES 50,000 HOURS OF LIGHT COST? $85 $90 O $350 vs to cost using LED or CFL bulbs cost using incandescent bulbs Multiply that by every bulb in your house, and that's a lot of money saved! sources:,, BROUGHT TO YOU BY OPROLIGHTING Copyright ©2013 ProLighting. All rights reserved.

Energy Efficient Lighting Facts

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One LED bulb can save you more than $250 over an incandescent bulb over the course of it's life. Find out more energy saving lighting facts with this infographic provided to you by




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