People may be willing to pay more for energy-efficient light bulbs if the overall energy costs are clearly stated on the label.
To be clear, incandescents are not disappearing at the first of the year — they’re just getting more efficient.
The SmartLight concept, which uses electrofluidic cells to manipulate the huge resource of sunlight that hits office buildings, could be a big energy saver.
Achieving certification under the Energy Star program means the Cree could ultimately cost consumers even less than $10.
Republicans in the House of Representatives once again go after light bulb energy-efficiency standards.
Meet the unassuming robot that can provide free heat, kill bacteria, and even boost indoor plant growth!
A Hungarian designer imagines a light bulb that makes its own electricity.
Recent data shows sales of exempt incandescent lamps have declined in the face of newer legislated energy efficiency standards in the bulb market.
Over a dozen different ways for a mom and pop company to take a big bite out of their energy bill, and set an example for the entire community.
Sylvania today announced the release of the new ULTRA LED omnidirectional A21 bulb, the first true replacement for 100W incandescent bulbs.
Anderson’s design combines the beauty of Edison’s early bulbs with the energy saving nature of modern LEDs.