LED Light Bulb Vs. Incandescent Light Bulbs (Infographic)

The incandescent light bulb was invented in 1879. It has served us well for the last 134 years. But as energy demands rise and concern over green house and climate change grows, a challenger has risen. The LED light bulb.

In 2011 the United States consumed 461 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity just to keep the lights on. Switching to energy efficient LED lights could reduce that number by as much as 90 percent. Switching to LED MR16s, PAR, and A19s could cause in a reduction that would save trillions of dollars annually and dramatically decrease green house gas emissions. The Light Bulb Showdown series demonstrates the energy savings potentials of the LED in way that’s easy to understand.

Watch the fight 134 years in the making unfold in the graphic below.




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5 comments:

  1. Thanks for updating us with this nice and relevant information as we are also working with LED. So this info. will be very helpful for me.

    Meteor Electrical

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  2. Led lights are the future for a greener world, a necessasity that must be handed over to legacy,
    it also saves our present by both CO2 reduction and Huge reduction on monthly bills.
    As estimated approximately 90% reduction in electric bills and huge savings.

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