Posts Tagged ‘bright led’

LED Light Bulb And Residential Wind/Solar Systems

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009

We always recommend that homeowners plan for home energy conservation along with their green energy system installation.  Most homeowners want to install a wind/solar hybrid electric system to provide electricity and lighting for the residence. One of the best ways to do this is to start with the lighting of a residence and install efficient bulbs. Most of you are thinking of CFL (compact florescent). Not me, I have started using LED bulbs in my residence and those that are new Wind/Solar projects. Most of you have barely begun to hear about LED technology, LED is for (light emmitting diode) and it is the most efficient and low cost way to provide lighting, BY A MILE.

LED bulbs can quickly pay for themselves through energy savings, even though they cost more. Today’s LED bulbs below, use less than ONE THIRD of the energy of CFL (compact fluorescent) bulbs and last up to 30,000 hours. Between the long life of the bulbs and the savings on electricity the LED is money well spent. Below I will show you the numbers and on this page you can review and purchase the different bulbs that we recommend.

By replacing the existing incandescent lightbulbs with LEDs, a homeowner can reserve this power for other uses. Even with the expense of buying new LEDs it’s substantially more cost-effective than staying with incandescent or compact florescent bulbs.

home turbine home wind turbine home turbines turbines for home turbines for homes turbines homes wind turbines for homes home made turbine turbines for the home wind turbine for home turbine for home home built turbine home built turbines home turbine power home made turbines turbines home use wind turbines home use home gas turbine home wind turbine generators turbine

If you are interested in starting a wind project for your residence or acreage, contact us. To Buy a Wind Turbine or Become a Dealer, Please fill out our Contact Form. The system will automatically send you some additional info.