Light bulb energy consumption

Light bulb energy consumption

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Caption: Light bulb energy consumption. Comparison of displays on plug-in energy monitors, showing the power consumption in watts of a standard 60-watt incandescent light-bulb (left) and an equivalent low-energy, 11-watt compact fluorescent light-bulb (CFL, right). Monitoring power consumption can help reduce energy consumption and reduce the impact on the environment of power generation. It can also help cut energy bills.

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