Savings from Induction Lighting
Less wattage required to output the same (or more) amount of
light = less energy consumption: due to the lower wattage bulb
replacement the savings in electric bills can add up to 50% reduction.
Extremely low heat emission= 1/3 reduction on AC usage
consumption on indoor applications: which translates into lower energy
Longer Lifespan = less maintenance: the average life on an
induction bulb is 100,000 hours that is 4 - 7 times longer than other
systems which means that by the time an induction bulb is replaced for
the first time, other systems would have required at least four and up
to 7 replacements incurring and not only parts but also labor expenses.
Federal Tax incentives available trough the
Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008
The possibility to trade or offset Carbon Credits
*Statistics are used for illustration
purposes only and reflect optimum conditions.
**Results are individual and might vary with different conditions and
+Resources used include but are not limited to:
Canadian Electricity Association.
Energy Information Administration, Carbon Dioxide Emissions from the
Generation of Electric Power in the United States, July 2000
Environmental Aspects of Induction, Michael Roberts, 2008
Mercury and the Environment - Mercury Containing Products, by