New $60 Energy-Efficient Light Bulb Unveiled on Earth Day
As the world celebrated Earth Day on April 22, 2012, the U.S. saw the unveiling of the most expensive and most energy-efficient light bulb to hit the market. Light bulb manufacturer Philips starting selling their new award-winning, energy-efficient light bulb to various outlets on Sunday with a retail price tag of $60.
The new bulb runs on less than 10 watts and produces light that is equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent bulb. With a ten-year lifespan, the new bulbs are supposed to save consumers money in the long-run. According to sources, consumers will save 83% of energy when switching to the new bulb, saving more than $100 on bulbs over the course of a decade.
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