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A certain fact and rapidly growing trend in the market place currently is that the use of inefficient lighting / lamps / bulbs is rapidly declining, not only in homes but also in commercial properties.
In certain international countries the use of the conventional incandescent bulb and T10/12 fluorescent lamps had even been banned. Due to the decline in demand of inefficient conventional lamps / bulbs internationally manufacturers are manufacturing less and as a result they are also being stocked less and less by retailers and wholesalers worldwide.
Instead the use of various shapes and sizes of energy saving light options, which are just as effective, has become readily available. These energy saving lamps options not only has a definite positive impact on energy saving (electricity bills), but also on the environment for home owners, industrial and commercial property owners and their tenants.
We all know what it is like to open our electricity bill each month and realizing that over the next few years these bills will increase exponentially without us being able to do anything about it. The impact remains the same whether you are a homeowner, tenant or business owner, no matter what the size of your property is.
Well, there is something we can do about it. Apart from simply flipping the switch energy saving lamps / bulbs is possibly one of the easiest and cost effective ways to reduce these bills with immediate effect, seeing that at least eight percent of a typical bill household’s energy bill is attributed to lighting.

Just remember the less energy we consume individually the less energy we consume as a nation.

Advantages Energy Saving Lighting

- Energy saving lights / lamps / bulbs reduces the monthly electricity bills.
- Energy saving lights / lamps / bulbs reduces our carbon footprints.
- Energy saving lights / lamps / bulbs lasts longer compared to conventional lights.
- Energy saving lights / lamps / bulbs is more Eco-friendly.

There are various types of energy saving lights options available in the market where some are more beneficial than others.
The following are some examples, but not limited to, of energy saving light options that could be considered to replace some of the older technology lighting options for both indoor and outdoor use:
T5 fluorescent lights / lamps vs the older T8, T10 or T12 fluorescent lamps.
T8 or T5 LED lamps vs the older T8, T10 or T12 fluorescent lamps.
LED down lights vs the older halogen down lights.
Induction lamps vs the older Mercury Vapour, Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium lamps.
LED lighting options vs the older Mercury Vapour, Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium lamps.
Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL’s) vs the older incandescent lamps.
In summary we can conclude that whether we need to improve the lighting for our homes or lighting for our businesses, we can save money and contribute positively to the environment simultaneously by gaining the relevant knowledge and changing our behavior towards the different technologically advanced energy saving lighting options in the market.