Some call the design ugly, while others find the energy savings beautiful. Most agree that sales of compact fluorescent light bulbs have taken off. Compact fluorescents — commonly referred to as CFLs — are being pushed by a number of initiatives: Utilities offer programs either giving the bulbs away or rebating their purchase; Wal-Mart Stores has made the sale of CFLs a high priority, giving them ample shelf space and recently launching a private-label line; states are considering laws to ...

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