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|Confused about the upcoming "Light Bulb Ban of 2012?"|
How to choose the right Energy Efficient Light Bulb for each fixture in your home--and save more energy and money than you ever thought possible
When the incandescent bulbs are gone*, which of these energy saving light bulbs will you choose?
Energy Saving Halogen Bulbs??
The truth is...you want to save energy and you need to save money on your electricity bills--but like most people, you're confused.
Here's the problem you and every other concerned homeowner or renter face right now...
You've probably already bought a few of those "curly" CFL bulbs and tried them out at home. But you couldn't tell how much energy or money they really saved.
Besides, a lot of them didn't last as long as the package guaranteed--and the light they put out wasn't bright enough and had a strange color.
You're not sure if you can install them in your dining room chandelier, because it has a dimmer switch.
And you've heard that CFLs contain poisonous mercury and cause migraine headaches.
Like millions of other people, you wonder--is it better to wait for LEDs to drop from $100 apiece, to a price that regular people can afford?
With all these concerns swirling around in your mind, how could anyone make the right choices?
But it's worse than you think! Here's why...
This problem isn't just going to go away while you bury your head in the sand. The U.S., Canadian, Australian and European governments have already ruled that traditional light bulb technology must go.
Their reasoning is that these old standbys use too much energy for the amount of light they produce. Using more energy leads to more air pollution, and of course, more CO2, which some believe will cause catastrophic global climate change.
*Unless its repealed by Republicans in Congress (and signed into law by President Obama), the U.S. ban on standard incandescent bulbs begins January 1, 2012. The ban begins with 100 watt bulbs or higher, but it will extend to all incandescent bulbs by 2014.
That means you may have only a few months left to act. And by putting off your decision now, you're losing money, wasting energy, and possibly making yourself and your loved ones sick.
Luckily, there's a solution...
The Energy Efficient Light Bulb Buyer's Guide:
Six Simple Steps to a lower-cost,
more environmentally responsible home