Incandescent Light Bulbs
For lighting researchers involved in trying to save the incandescent bulb, the goal is to come up with one that matches the energy savings of fluorescent bulbs while keeping the qualities that many consumers seem to like in incandescents, like the color of the light and the ease of using them with dimmers.
The first bulbs to emerge from this push, Philips and Sylvania Halogen Energy Savers, are expensive compared with older incandescent. They priced at $4.90 apiece and more, compared with as little as 25 cents for standard incandescent bulbs.
But they are also 30 percent more efficient than older bulbs. Light globe Philips and Sylvania says that a 70-watt Halogen Energy Saver gives off the same amount of light as a traditional 100-watt bulb and lasts about three times as long, eventually paying for itself and is designed to replace the common incandescent light bulb.
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