Achieving certification under the Energy Star program means the Cree could ultimately cost consumers even less than $10.
Sylvania’s annual “Socket Survey” shows increased public awareness of the rolling phase-out and growing excitement for the cost-saving benefits of LEDs and CFLs.
Looking more like a piece of abstract art than a light bulb, the NanoLight has already gathered more than 10 times its original funding goal on Kickstarter.
Researchers at Wake Forest University use nanotechnology to create a fluorescent light that’s as efficient as an LED, gives off a more pleasant glow and can be bent into virtually any shape.
Natural Resources Defense Council, in part 3 of a series on CFL bulbs, talks about the development of federal standards and and the future of this type of light bulb.
Natural Resources Defense Council presents part 2 in a series on CFL bulbs, exploring how it was brought to market and what it took to gain acceptance.
Natural Resources Defense Council breaks down the behind-the-scenes story of the compact fluorescent lightbulbs, beginning first with its history.
Anderson’s design combines the beauty of Edison’s early bulbs with the energy saving nature of modern LEDs.
A new generation of GE bulbs combines the savings of compact fluorescent light bulbs with the smooth dimming capabilities of other lighting alternatives.
A study from Stony Brook University has revealed that trace amounts of mercury might not be the only way CFLs put your health at risk.