We released a total of 269 ENERGY STAR qualified products in 2012. Eighty-eight of these were new LED products, including the first LED equivalent for the 75 Watt incandescent bulb.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), consumers spend $2,200 per year on household energy costs on average. We can help reduce that cost through sustainable energy reducing solutions like LED and CFL light bulbs.
Products that earn the ENERGY STAR label by meeting the quality energy efficiency requirements set forth by the EPA are often eligible for utility rebate programs. These rebate programs lower the cost of the product, making it easier for end users to begin saving energy. We are committed to developing products that will help reduce energy costs now and in the future, while delivering exceptional quality of light for your space.