When science introduced LED lighting to the world, energy experts and the public were ecstatic.
LEDs (light emitting diodes) use one-tenth the electricity of regular incandescent bulbs and half the power of fluorescents. They last for decades before burning out. And over the life of a single bulb, they save consumers $100.1
Governments quickly embraced the new technology. LEDs are now in wide use for street and outdoor public lighting.… Read More