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Let’s seriously talk about energy efficiency and LED bulbs now!

Washington, DC — Happy Earth Day! To celebrate, we hope you consider taking a step to save energy such as replacing an old incandescent light bulb with more energy efficiency and LED bulbs. Also or scheduling an energy audit. These simple steps add up. In fact, many people don’t realize that energy efficiency can single-handedly cut about half — of the carbon emissions needed to meet our climate goals. Plus, you’ll save money and, with reduced pollution, breathe easier.

Get energy-efficient lights

The future of our planet heavily depends on the sustainable moves you also make today. So if you haven’t phased out your traditional incandescent bulbs, now’s the time. Energy-efficient bulbs enable you to also illuminate your home with the perfect amount of light for less money. Traditional incandescent bulbs use 90% more energy, and most of it is given off as heat.

So today, we’re sharing not only an interview with Denis Hayes, a founding organizer of the Earth Day movement. Yes so in addition to 1970 being the first Earth Day, there’s also a new four-part video series. All on how we can all Live Well with Energy Efficiency.

Energy efficiency LED plus renewables help the Earth

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Source ACEEE: Statement of Steve Nadel, ACEEE executive director, visit

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