Energy Saving Light Bulbs, Cutting Through Confusion Means Billions

Energy Saving Light Bulbs, the Straight Talk

 It’s time to make things clear and simple about Energy Saving Light Bulbs!

  • There is a whole lot more than meets the eye when it comes to energy saving light bulbs. A lot of the complexity fogs our brains because the systems make it way more complicated than it should be; we aim to put an end to that.

    Surprise Energy Saving Light Bulbs

    Surprise Energy saving Light Bulbs

  • Pollution is radically decreased, and more money ends up in your pocket when energy saving light bulbs are used with  used with sound reasoning. In many cases it is as simple as changing a light bulb; that is, when it is with truly energy saving light bulbs!
  • What you have been told was probably a tad true years back, but it’s so close to antiquated it is now downright misleading. You will be surprised at just how big of a leap technology has taken us. What was good then is now way outdated, and perhaps more energy wasting and dangerous  than you realize.

    NoMoneytoBurnNo Money to Burn Energy Saving Light Bulbs

    No Money to Burn Energy Saving Light

  • Today you can go into a regular store and purchase two 150 watt light bulbs and if you ran them day and night for one year, you would not only need to replace them 3-8 times, but it would likely cost you somewhere between $300-600.00 for the power, depending on your rates. On the other hand  at the same cost per kilowatt, one light is capable of producing more light, last 10 times longer and cost less than $45. per year to run. No it’s not the highly touted CFLs, they start at less than half as energy savings compared to other alternatives!
  • Inside and outside of your house you have way more than 2 bulbs, we hope. We also hope you do not run all your lights all day at home, but your places of business might need to. Whether lots of lights for a few hours, most of the day, or all day: whatever your usage is, it really adds up for everyone both as individuals, businesses, and nations.
  • Notice in the chart below how poorly the average CFL does. It is the light blue column. Despite the fact that they may be Energy Star approved, there are options 2 to 4 times better! Energy Star, in our opinion has not kept up with the times. Neither has many advisers and articles. We want to cut through the baloney and arm you with real information.*
  • Money saving Light bulb comparison

    Energy Saving Light Bulbs Chart

  • Energy Saving Light Bulbs Chart
  • The rate adds up, and it could easily be compared to your car. The old kind got 10-17 miles per gallon, now some get 45-55 miles per gallon, pretty good right? Not if for nearly the same price you can get 85-200 mpg.while it lasts 10 times longer, and has more power.

    Dad'sTruck and Energy Saving Light Bulbs

    Energy Saving Light Bulbs, the old ways are not like the new any more.(this is a real running truck, my Dad’s)

  • Exactly the same scale as above applies to the comparison of truly energy saving light bulbs. The power needed to make light is measured by a Lumen per watt comparison, less efficient bulbs burn up fuel just as fast as that old clunker. In fact people can easily use up more fuel with all their lighting, than with their car! The old fashioned bulbs of the last centuries use energy to produce light  at the 10-17 Lm/W mark, the newer CFL’s (compact fluorescent lights) and the thick fluorescent tubes (T12)  are at the 45-55 Lm/W mark with a few doing slightly better. Where the jump (85-260 Lm/W) comes is with the newer fluorescent and higher output and quality LED’s.  Plasma lighting is just now into the production phase, stay tuned for announcements about Plasma, on top of this it’s pure, full range light at high efficiency will cut the cost of parking lot lights in half and may be perfect for photography and other color sensitive applications. (If you want a bunch for your company contact us.)
  • Watch for the next tab, or article. We already have some of the best products to recommend and are in process of expanding distribution to you. Please mark this page, and get on our contact list, so that we can inform you, much is coming, and it is very good. You’re going to like this. Has anyone every handed you fist full of money? Our plans deliver, on a silver platter.










*Energy Star sets their standards way too low, that’s where the confusion starts. Here is their standard, “To earn the ENERGY STAR, CFLs must provide at least three times more lumens per watt than incandescent bulbs.’

(That is only something like 49 L/W YIKES!)

Simple Energy Saving Light Bulbs and How to do it.

Simple Energy Saving Light Bulbs and How to do it.

Calculator for energy saving light bulbs

Real energy saving light bulbs don’t show numbers like this CFL did.


  • Figure out Lumens per watt, it is not that hard, get to your calculator function on your phone, Start with the Lumen output that is supposed to be on every package, Enter the lumen rating, divide by watts, this yields a Lumen/watt rate. If that rate is 70 or less you are getting taken! Your money is burning up in smoke, and that waste and smoke is ruining our world on many levels.

    Energy saving lights bulbs and money up in smoke

    Energy saving lights bulbs and money up in smoke

  • Our simple point, do not buy any new lighting that is not at least 70 Lumen per watt!  Just do not do it.  Use energy saving light bulbs; real energy saving light bulbs.We are working on providing better units; our goal is above 85 and better; it is doable.
  • At this point we hear a lot of resistance. “Oh but the new bulb cost is so high.” Let’s try to get this simple idea in our heads (please share this too) the cost of the bulb is insignificant compared to the expense of running it.
  • Let’s go through a real example, we need to paint this in broad terms because each brand and situation is slightly different in the details but an overview is very instructive and accurate. For example run the old incandescent bulb 50,000 hours but they only last about a 1000 hours while one good LED lasts 50,000. So you would need 50 Incandescent replacement bulbs for the one LED. If your incandescent bulb cost only a dollar, then $49. for the LED would still be a bargain Don’t pay that much! Even if it saves you the time and expense of all those replacements, the dollar lights should easily be replaced by a single $15-27 LED. On Longevity alone the cost is a great savings, but longevity is not the only issue, it is not even the real issue, which is the power cost..
  • True energy saving light bulbs really come into play when comparing the power cost.  All things being equal an incandescent for a given amount of light will cost $300. when a quality LED for the same amount of lighting could cost $30. to run, while the CFL or the old style T12 tube will cost over $70. for the power. (You would also need to replace the CFL about 5-6 times faster too because they don’t last as long.) CONSIDER THIS, the numbers above really add up, even if the CFL, old fluorescent, or Incandescent were FREE, a good quality, efficient LED light would still pay for itself in fairly short order and it is the better deal

    Energy saving light bulbs, the reason, the power meter

    Energy saving light bulbs,one reason, the expense of the power meter

  • One of the energy light bulbs that beat the LEDs so far are fluorescent tubes; a fully optimized T-5 system can produce light on the scale of what cost $300. for incandescent to what would only cost about $15. For those that have 4 or 8 foot tubes these are the best answer. They last about the same as an LED, and are the most money savings. They can retrofit so there is no change of fixture expense. Our research has shown the T-5 kit to be the world’s best, most energy saving light bulb by a significant margin. These are ideal for inside of warehouses, and businesses that run 8-24hr indoor lighting; the savings are almost unbelievable. The cash savings even becomes a competitive advantage; it can mean millions more to the bottom line for a singe company.  For home users with kitchen or bath fluorescent lights these are great too. Architects, re-modelers, and designers  who value energy savings should consider designing their structures with these products in mind because it more than doubles lighting efficiency over today’s so called standard energy saving light bulbs.

 Be strong, and face the brave new world so that you can make it better!

You can do this with energy saving light bulbs

You can do this with energy saving light bulbs