Did You Know These Facts About LEDs?

September 06, 2016

ENERGY STAR® certified LEDs are a great option if you are looking for light bulbs that offer bright, beautiful light, while also saving you energy and money. But do you know just how much you can save by switching to LED bulbs?

We went around Massachusetts and asked fellow Mass Savers this question and more to see how much they knew about the benefits of ENERGY STAR certified LEDs. We managed to surprise some of them. Watch this short video to see what they had to say and if the actual answers surprise you, too!

ENERGY STAR certified LEDs are high-quality, energy-efficient light bulbs that can last more than 20 times longer than traditional incandescent bulbs. Because LEDs waste less energy and last longer, they have low lifetime operating costs, which means you save more. With the many types of LEDs that are available, you’re also sure to find LED bulbs that meet your indoor and outdoor lighting needs. Check out our lighting guide for tips on choosing the right bulb and to find discounts near you.

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