ENERGY STAR certified light fixtures are designed to save energy and lower monthly energy bills. ENERGY STAR lighting fixtures use up to 75% less energy than incandescent or halogen lamps, while giving off the same amount of light.
A Lighting Fixture for Every Need
ENERGY STAR certified light fixtures are available in a variety of styles and colors and can be used for indoor, outdoor, portable and hard-wired home lighting. The types of energy-efficient light fixtures available include table lamps, torchieres, cabinet lighting, ceiling-mounted lighting, wall-mounted lighting, recessed lighting and architectural lighting.
ENERGY STAR certified fixtures are available in quick-start no-hum indoor models, indoor models with dimming or switching capabilities, and outdoor models with automatic daylight shut-off and motion sensors.
ENERGY STAR Lighting Fixtures are More Energy Efficient
Generally, ENERGY STAR certified lighting fixtures are more energy efficient because they use compact fluorescent light (CFL) or light emitting diode (LED) bulbs, that produce the same bright warm color light as incandescent light bulbs, but use one-third of the energy. ENERGY STAR certified lighting fixtures also offer the light color and temperature of your choice, setting a mood from warm to cool.
Light fixtures that are ENERGY STAR certified meet strict energy-efficiency criteria to ensure that consumers will not sacrifice performance to save energy. Every ENERGY STAR certified light fixture carries at least a two-year warranty.
Where to Find Discounts on Energy Efficient Lighting Fixtures
Special In-Store Pricing
Special pricing is available at participating local retailers.
ENERGY STAR Lights Online Catalog
Discounted light fixtures are available online for Massachusetts residents of participating electric utilities or energy efficiency service providers.
EPA ENERGY STAR Fixtures Guide
The consumer-friendly guide provides pictures of ENERGY STAR certified fixtures in home and outdoor settings, and information about lighting quality and the benefits of ENERGY STAR certified fixtures
Visit the ENERGY STAR website to learn more about ENERGY STAR and for an up-to-date list of certified lighting fixtures.