Time to make the Switch to Energy Saving Lamps.

Energy saving light bulbs has always been a bright idea - for your pocket and the environment.
They use up to 80% less electricity than a standard bulb, but produce the same amount of light.
Compare that with incandescent bulbs which operate at about 20% efficiency (80% of the electrical energy is lost as heat).
Realistically the cost savings would be higher as most incandescent light bulbs blow out within a year and require replacements. Using energy saving light bulbs offer many advantages and they are more earth friendly as well.
Energy saving bulbs can help you save a substantial amount of money and energy.
These bulbs last up to ten times longer than normal bulbs. They require less energy to use, and this means less of a demand for electricity. 
Inefficient light bulbs are disappearing from shops - they're all being replaced by energy saving light bulbs.
The Government, retailers and energy companies are all working together to phase out inefficient light bulbs.
At the same time, light bulb manufacturers are working to change their factories, so they can produce enough energy saving light bulbs to meet the growing global demand.
At the moment, energy saving light bulbs is a little more expensive than tungsten filament light bulbs, commonly known as traditional bulbs, but you'll easily make back the difference on your electricity bill in about a year.
Energy saving light bulbs is compact, bright and available in a wide range of shapes - so the only difference you'll notice is a drop in your electricity bills.

date: 
Fri, 07/09/2010
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