CONSUMERS ENJOY THE WARM GLOW and convenience of high-quality lighting — but they're uncomfortable with the environmental impact that comes with it. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, lighting products account for 7% of all energy consumed in the country. Incandescent bulbs, in particular, are a staple in most households, but recent data have shed light on their inefficiencies, like the fact that only 10% of the electricity they consume gets converted into visible light. The ...
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