Make your bulb choice count! Choose an ENERGY STAR certified LED bulb and organizations across the country will support local community service projects.
The DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) helps people save energy and improve their lives, working with schools like Powell Elementary, local landmarks like the Lincoln Theater, and in homes across Washington, DC.
Switching to ENERGY STAR certified LED bulbs in your home's five most frequently-used light fixtures could save you about $45 per year in energy costs. Now imagine what that could do for someone struggling to make ends meet. When you purchase an ENERGY STAR LED light bulb from a DCSEU participating retailer in October, the DCSEU gives back by donating energy-efficient bulbs to DC residents in need through a local area food bank. Stop by one of the DCSEU’s 50+ participating retailers today to brighten your home and your community.
One small change can change the world. Visit www.dcseu.com/lighting to learn more.
Every time you purchase a featured ENERGY STAR certified LED bulb on Amazon.com during the month of October, MaxLite will donate 10 percent of sales directly to a home building organization for families in need, which builds homes and hope in partnership with low-income families.
A four-time ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year, MaxLite is committed to educating and encouraging consumers to switch to energy-efficient lighting, and proudly furthers that mission while servicing the community through its partnership with this nonprofit. MaxLite has pledged a four-year, $1 million commitment to provide energy-efficient lighting products to this home building organization. Since 2013, our ENERGY STAR certified LED and CFL lamps and luminaires have brightened the lives of thousands of families in need. Learn how you can buy an ENERGY STAR certified LED at www.amazon.com/maxlite-products.
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Did you know that most ENERGY STAR LED bulbs are also dimmable?