Above are the three types of light bulb that are available.  The first on the left is an incandescent bulb, say 100 Watts, then a fluorescent bulb and then a light emitting diode.  If they all produce the same amount of light, that is the same number of lumens, the amount of power they would consume is shown in the table below:

Bulb Type

Amount of power used

Incandescent 100W
Florescent 30W
LED - Light Emitting Diode 11.5W

As can be seen LEDs consume considerably less electricity.

A new way of looking at energy costs has been developed by SLS Partners.  Have a look at this page on energy costs in TVHTM units.

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