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Fluorescent Light Phase Out

Effective July 14, 2012, production of most T12 florescent lamps will be phased out, as mandated by the 2009 Department of Energy General Service Lamp legislation.

Many of the standard fluorescent lights, which is an estimated 500 million T12 tubes in thousands of buildings will need to be replaced starting in July 2012. The Department of Energy (DOE) regulations will eliminate the most common T12 tubes. It is estimated that the replacement of 500 million T12 tubes would produce an annual saving of $10 Billion in electricity costs nationwide. Below is the phase out period. Let Brite LED Lighting assist you with your replacement bulbs.

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LED quickly to replace traditional lighting

LED lights are now making a tremendous impact to replace traditional incandescent light bulbs. Why, LED lights are very cost-effective in terms of energy usage, and they are coming to the market at less cost then even 3 years ago. This is why LED's are rapidly becoming the preferred lighting solution of both professionals and residential users. LED technology is continually advancing which has reduced their cost along with producing brighter and better quality lighting. Unlike, traditional florescent lighting which is both fragile and contains a mercury (a toxin). The U.S. Department of Energy hopes to reduce the electricity used for lighting by 50% by converting to LED based light sources.
Brite LED Lighting
LEDs are currently used for a wide variety of different applications such as: parking lighting, cooler and freezer lighting, architectural, automotive, broadcasting, entertainment and gaming, the military, traffic and transportation. LED lights have already made inroads are since the cost has helped driven markets for desk lamps, reading lights, night lights, security lights, spot lights, accent lights and lighting for commercial signage. Even "exit" lights are now using LED lights. Our company focuses only of commercials applications.

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