Together, you and your family can learn about the importance of lighting in your home. By using the Learn About Light education program, your family can learn about different light bulbs, fixtures, and compare results.
Save money and energy in your home with easy to follow tips that can help you cut your energy consumption. Use these tips to lower your home's energy use while still maintaining your home's comfort level.
Buy purchasing energy efficient products you can kept the energy costs in your home down and help preserve the environment. Be sure to look for the Energy Star label when purchasing new appliances and products for your home.
Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) are substantially more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs which lose most of their energy to heat, and CFLs require 70 to 80% less electricity to operate. CFLs, like all fluorescent lamps, contain a small amount of...
Household users of energy efficient, mercury containing fluorescent lamps, including compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), are typically exempt from special disposal requirements. While CFLs for your home are not legally considered hazardous waste, it is still best for the environment to dispose of your CFL properly.
Take one minute and replace one of your current incandescent light bulbs with a compact fluorescent light bulb. You can save up to $27 annually just by switching your five most used light bulbs to CLFs.