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Residential Lighting: Use and Potential Savings: September 1996
     

Residential Lighting: Use and Potential Savings: September 1996

by Linda Owens
 
The overwhelming majority of lights in residential households are incandescent — the least energy efficient of all light types. If households replaced the most intensely used bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs, they would see a sizable savings in their electric bills. This is an in-depth report on those savings. Contents: lighting data from the residential

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The overwhelming majority of lights in residential households are incandescent — the least energy efficient of all light types. If households replaced the most intensely used bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs, they would see a sizable savings in their electric bills. This is an in-depth report on those savings. Contents: lighting data from the residential energy consumption survey (RECS); residential lighting profile (types & location of lights, lighting usage & costs, estimating the number of indoor lights); potential for savings (household & aggregate-level savings). Glossary. Charts & tables

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780788147197
Publisher:
DIANE Publishing Company
Publication date:
02/01/1998
Series:
Energy Consumption Series
Pages:
77

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