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.