As you can see in this infographic from Lamps.com, LED bulbs are the more efficient and cost-effective. Yes folks, THE MOST cost-effective bulbs on the market.
Let me give you an idea of the potential for savings. First of all, in Long Island’s Town of Hempstead, N.Y., which is the largest township in the country.
That’s because they are making the switch to LED technology with the conversion of more than 50,000 high-pressure sodium fixtures to LED street lights from Cree, Inc. The street light project delivers an anticipated two and a half-year payback with nearly $3 million in annual energy savings and $57 million in total lifetime savings.
First of all, do you know a normal incandescent light bulb is actually a heater? A heater that’s by-product of light. Again a heater that consequently generates 90% heat and 10% light. So I say that’s a damn shame and a joke!
In conclusion, you see many companies and households working to overcome the energy issue. Because the Increasing electricity bill is constant. So huge energy consumption is the major concern that every user undergoes.
Finally, the best way is to switch over LEDs (Light-Emitting Diodes) which I call LED Green Lighting. That’s because LED Green Lighting are 10 times more efficient than anything else converting electricity into light.
Finally and for more on this infographic from Lamps.com