- Operate outdoor lights with a timer or photocell — a light controlled sensor that turns lights on and off based on the presence of sunlight.
- Use motion sensors to turn lights on and off, especially for exterior flood lighting, to reduce your electricity usage.
- Use CFLs for recessed lighting, kitchen fixtures, and lights operated more than two hours per day.
- Use dimmers at lower light levels to reduce electricity usage.
- Switch from incandescent to CFL light bulbs to light your home efficiently. When switching, consider using ENERGY STAR® qualified CFL bulbs since they use approximately 75 percent less electricity than traditional incandescent bulbs and last at least six times longer.
Improvements to the lighting in your home can help make a difference in your electricity bills. Small changes can bring brighter days. Lighting can enhance your home, but it can easily become expensive and waste energy.
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