ENERGY

March 19, 2013: LED Light Bulbs Recalled by Lighting Science Group Due to Fire Hazard!
The 120-volt LED bulbs, sold as 6- 8- and 9-watt bulbs (equivalent to 40 or 50 watts), were marketed under the brand names Definity, EcoSmart, Sylvania and Westinghouse. The model numbers A19, G25 and R20/PAR20 are found on the packaging and on the light-colored circular neck above the base of the bulb where the date code is also printed. The suspected bulbs are identified by a date code from October 2010 to March 2011. For a complete list of date codes, go to: LED Bulbs Recall

 

The average person in the United States uses about 10,000 kilowatt- hours of electricity every year! Are you looking for ways to reduce your family’s usage? Check out these resources:

ENERGY EFFICIENCY TIPS

Carbon Footprint Calculator
Energy Star for Congregations
Compact Flourecent Bulbs
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NJ CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM

Rebates on Energy Efficient Appliances
Energy Star Program
Discounts on Compact Fluorescent Bulbs
Refrigerator/Freezer Recycling Program
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GREEN ENERGY PROVIDERS

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