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The Future Of Lighting Homes And Businesses Is LED!! - 17th May 2016

•Solid-state technology         •Cost less to maintain        •Reduces power costs        •Extremely resilient       •More efficient than CFL Bulbs (typical 90 lm/W LED to 70 lm/W Fluorescent)       •6 times more efficient than incandescent (typical 90 lm/W LED to 15 lm/W Incandescent)  

What Are LED Lights And Bulbs? - 17th May 2016

LED is the abbreviation of light emitting diode. Basically a diode is the electrical component having two terminals  conducting electricity only in one direction. With the electrical current, diode emits a very bright light around the small bulb. Diodes have typically been used in several technologies like televisions,computers and radios as the electrical component for conduction. Connecting the diode to the electrical current excites electrons within diode, making them release the

Want To Save Money On Your Electric Bills? The Most Common Energy-Efficient Lighting Options For You - 26th January 2016

If you want to save money on your electric bills, then energy saving bulbs are the best option for you. Three of the most common energy-efficient lighting types include CFLs, energy-saving incandescent and LEDs. These are available in the home improvement and hardware stores. They are more energy-saving than the traditional incandescent bulbs.    Energy-saving incandescent light bulb    The energy efficient incandescent light bulbs have capsule inside, whic

Climate Change: Basic Information. - 06th December 2014

Humans are largely responsible for recent climate change.   Over the past century, human activities have released large amounts of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.    The majority of greenhouse gases come from burning fossil fuels to produce energy, although deforestation, industrial processes, and some agricultural practices also emit gases into the atmosphere.   Greenhouse gases act like a blanket around Earth, trappi