Thomas Edison invented the first incandescent light bulb in 1879. Since then, we have seen the light bulb evolve into what it is today. An energy efficient light-emitting-diode. LEDs offer fascinating ways to utilize the best interior lighting ideas.
This evolution is due to the Department of Energy’s enacting the energy efficient standards of 2007. Edison’s incandescent light bulb had superb illumination but was extremely energy inefficient.
You can join the revolution to change your light bulbs. Most households have approximately fifty light sockets that still have traditional incandescent light bulbs installed in them. And three- quarters of them have inefficient light bulbs.
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The Department of Energy made the first push to educate the consumer about light emitting diodes back in the year 2000. It has taken over ten years for the new lighting technology to become readily available to the consumer. Continue reading “What are the Advantages of LED Lights”
October is National Energy Efficiency Month. And LED light bulbs are the pinnacle of energy efficiency. What comes to your mind when you hear the word “energy efficiency”? Do you think of gas efficient automobiles, furnaces or appliances? I’m curious did a “LED light bulb” pop into your head? Continue reading “How the LED Light Bulb Is Saving the World”