Peter Grisby

INFOGRAPHIC: A Guide to Buying Energy-Efficient Light Bulbs

by , 12/17/13

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Beginning January 1st, consumers will have to say “Adios!” to the two most common light bulbs – the 40- and 60-watt incandescent – as they will be permanently phased out of production due to federal legislation. Batteries Plus Bulbs, the nation’s largest specialty retailer for batteries and light bulbs, just launched a helpful infographic to help consumers understand the change, prepare for the phase out, and select the best energy-efficient lightbulbs for their homes. Check out the full infographic by clicking the thumbnail below!

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  1. Topbulb Guy December 23, 2013 at 4:40 pm

    LEDs and other energy-saving bulbs are great for people who plan on spending 18 years in the same home, or don’t mind taking their bulbs with them when they move from one house or apartment to another. The one saving grace of the old incandescent bulbs was that they were cheap enough for using short-term (like a 6-12 month apartment rental), without having to deal with packing them away when moving.

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