Test Your Knowledge of LEDs
February 09, 2016
We went across Massachusetts to answer your questions about energy savings! Did you know that lighting accounts for about 20% of the electric bill in the average U.S. home? Hear from fellow Mass Savers and test your knowledge of LEDs by watching this short video.
ENERGY STAR® certified LED bulbs are a great energy-efficient replacement for traditional incandescent bulbs and are available in a variety of styles, shapes and sizes. They provide beautiful, quality light and will fit your old lampshade just like a traditional bulb. ENERGY STAR certified LEDs can also be purchased in dimmable models and models compatible with motion sensors. For a little more guidance on finding the right bulb, check out our lighting guide.
To find more videos from Mass Save experts on ways you can save energy and money, visit the Mass Save YouTube channel.
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