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LED Night Lights: Little Things Add Up!

When it comes to saving energy, the little things add up, and night-lights are a good example!  New LED night lights use 87% to 95% less electricity than the traditional style.  That means if you were to use a typical .3 watt LED night light twelve hours a day, 365 days a year, it would cost you only sixteen cents a year to operate (at a typical cost of twelve cents per kilowatt-hour).  With an average life expectancy of 50,000 hours, that light should last 11 years.  These night lights have sensors that turn them on and off automatically, so you can plug them in and forget them.

I can’t think of an easier way to save money and the planet!

Moe Lalonde

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