Several buildings have decorative high intensity lightbulbs that are expensive, unnecessary and cost a lot to operate. They can be replaced by much more efficient LED lights or be eliminated all together. Agencies should evaluate unnecessary energy costs and use only what is essential.
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The issue with CFL's the environmental factor due to the mercury. It is true that CFL's are energy efficient, however LED's take 50% less energy than CFL's and last 10 times longer. There is no mercury issue to deal with either and LED bulbs work with dimmer switches and are cool to the touch. CFL's take longer to warm up to light up a room and are usually too warm to remove soon after they are turned on. Link the LEDs... more »