With a seemingly endless range of possibilities, choosing the right bulb can be a challenge. Watch our lighting tutorials to help clarify your options.
Did you know there are rebates available for Energy Star certified Philips LED and CFL light bulbs? Check now for rebates from Philips and your local utility, and save on your purchase of energy saving bulbs.
Lighting can have a powerful impact on your wallet and our environment. Lower wattage light bulbs like Philips LED and EnergySaver compact fluorescent bulbs are direct replacements for energy guzzling incandescents. These energy saving bulbs can save you money on your electric bill. And, to get you started on saving, Philips offers valuable rebates on EnergyStar certified light bulbs.
Philips works with local utilities to bring you savings. Find a utility rebate near you.
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Use our compatibility to chart to find the right dimmer for your dimmable LED and compact fluorescent bulbs, and enjoy as much, or as little, light as you want.
New federal energy efficiency standards require the use of more efficient light bulbs. Watch the video or review the interactive Legislation Brochure to find out what this means for you.
The Department of Energy (DOE) issued new energy efficiency standards for fluorescent, halogen and incandescent bulbs.
Light bulb efficiency standards are being phased in 2012–2014 and require the use of more efficient light bulbs. The new standards are based on efficacy, and bulbs must meet new minimum Lumen per Watt (LPW) requirements.
To understand light bulb efficiency standards and how they will affect how you light your home, watch the video or review our interactive Legislation Brochure.