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Energy saving lights aim to reduce the amount of electricity it takes to light a building. Energy saving lights have recently become more popular as households are more intent on recycling and reducing costs. An energy saving light bulb generates invisible ultraviolet light that excites a fluorescent coating, known as phosphor, on the inside of the tube, which then more

Energy saving lights aim to reduce the amount of electricity it takes to light a building. Energy saving lights have recently become more popular as households are more intent on recycling and reducing costs. An energy saving light bulb generates invisible ultraviolet light that excites a fluorescent coating, known as phosphor, on the inside of the tube, which then emits visible light. CFLs (Compact Fluorescent Lamps) need slightly more energy when they are initially turned on, but once the electricity starts moving, the CFL uses about 70% less energy than an incandescent bulbs.

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