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NV Energy Offers Customers Rebates on Energy Star LED Bulbs

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From NV Energy:

The NV Energy Residential Lighting Program is now offering northern Nevada NV Energy residential customers in-store discounts on qualifying Energy Star™ LED bulbs at participating retailers. 

LED bulbs use 75 to 80 percent less energy than incandescent bulbs and can save approximately $7 per year on energy costs for each bulb installed. LED bulbs also last roughly ten times longer than CFL bulbs and 20 times longer than regular incandescent bulbs making their lifetime savings as high as $135 per bulb installed.

While typically used for commercial purposes, LED bulbs are now more versatile and appropriate for residential use. They offer the color range of incandescent bulbs from soft white to daylight and are dimmable. LED bulbs are also more durable, cool to the touch and do not contain mercury.

Special pricing stickers indicate the bulbs that have been discounted by an NV Energy Residential Lighting Program rebate.

For more information and to find a nearby participating retailer visit: https://nvenergy.com/lighting

From NV Energy

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