The reduction of energy costs is a global issue that has put pressure on governments around the world to put legislation into effect that will ultimately mean the end of light bulbs driven with old inefficient technology.
Although Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) have been available for many years now, interest in them has only recently begun to significantly rise.
This is due to the negative aspects of more conventional light bulbs with regards to environmental issues.
Millions have been invested by the big lamp companies into upping the quality and performance of their energy efficient lights.
Newer CFLs have a longer life, are flicker-free, and work more efficiently through a much wider room temperature range.
Not only do they work more efficiently all round, they are far less harmful to the atmosphere and environment.
Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) can now be used for pretty much any kind of commercial or domestic lighting. Along with the savings you will make on not only energy costs, but maintenance as well, it’s pretty plain to see that CFLs will become the standard source of lighting very soon.