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Increasing your lighting efficiency is one of the fastest ways to decrease your
energy bills. If you replace 25% of your lights in high-use areas with
fluorescents, you can save about 50% of your lighting energy bill.
Indoor Lighting
Use linear fluorescent and energy-efficient compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs)
in fixtures throughout your home to provide high-quality and high-efficiency
lighting. Fluorescent lamps are much more efficient than incandescent bulbs
and last 6 to 10 times longer. Although fluorescent and compact fluorescent
lamps are more expensive than incandescent bulbs, they pay for themselves by
saving energy over their lifetime.
Indoor Lighting Tips
• Turn off the lights in any room you're not using, or consider installing timers,
photo cells, or occupancy sensors to reduce the amount of time your lights are
• Use task lighting; instead of brightly lighting an entire room, focus the light
where you need it. For example, use fluorescent under-cabinet lighting for
kitchen sinks and countertops under cabinets.
• Consider three-way lamps; they make it easier to keep lighting levels low
when brighter light is not necessary.
• Use 4-foot fluorescent fixtures with reflective backing and electronic ballasts
for your workroom, garage, and laundry areas.
• Consider using 4-watt mini-fluorescent or electro-luminescent night lights.
Both lights are much more efficient than their incandescent counterparts. The
luminescent lights are cool to the touch.
Compact Fluorescent Bulbs
These compact fluorescent
bulbs are four times more
energy efficient than
incandescent bulbs and
provide the same lighting.
• Use CFLs in all the portable
table and floor lamps in your
home. Consider carefully the
size and fit of these systems
when you select them. Some home fixtures may not accommodate some of the
larger CFLs.
• For spot lighting, consider CFLs with reflectors. The lamps range in wattage
from 13-watt to 32-watt and provide a very directed light using a reflector and
lens system.
• Take advantage of daylight by using light-colored, loose-weave curtains on
your windows to allow daylight to penetrate the room while preserving privacy.
Also, decorate with lighter colors that reflect daylight.
Torchiere Lamp
Halogen lamps generate excessive
heat that can create fire hazards. Use
compact fluorescent lamps in your
torchiere fixtures. They are safer and use
much less energy.
• If you have torchiere fixtures with halogen
lamps, consider replacing them with
compact fluorescent torchieres. Compact
fluorescent torchieres use 60% to 80% less
energy and can produce more light (lumens)
than the halogen torchieres.
Look for the ENERGY STAR® label when purchasing these products.
Outdoor Lighting
Many homeowners use outdoor lighting for decoration and security. When
shopping for outdoor lights, you will find a variety of products, from
low-voltage pathway lighting to high-sodium motion-detector floodlights.
Some stores also carry lights powered by small photovoltaic (PV) modules that
convert sunlight directly into electricity; consider PV-powered lights for areas
that are not close to an existing power supply line.
Outdoor Lighting Tips
• Use outdoor lights with a photocell unit or a timer so they will turn off during
the day.
• Turn off decorative outdoor gas lamps; just eight gas lamps burning year
round use as much natural gas as it takes to heat an average-size home during
an entire winter.
• Exterior lighting is one of the best places to use CFLs because of their long
life. If you live in a cold climate, be sure to buy a lamp with a cold-weather
For more information on energy-efficient lighting, contact:
(888) STAR-YES (782-7937)
U.S. Department of Energy's
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Clearinghouse (EREC), (800)
DOE-EREC (363-3732), and Network (EREN).

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