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.
Thanks to LED technologies, that whole part about the holiday lights involves a whole lot less electricity — and carbon — than it used to.
Achieving certification under the Energy Star program means the Cree could ultimately cost consumers even less than $10.
In the beginning, the City was skeptical that the price of installing LED streetlights would be worth it.
The substance still allows daylight to penetrate the ceiling panels, providing energy-efficient illumination, but without the normal inefficiency of untreated glass.
Cree becomes the first producer to meet CA standards for LED bulbs that make bulbs more closely resemble the warm white light from traditional incandescents.