Compact fluorescent light bulb discounts
Once night falls in Phoenix the desert sky turns pitch black and the glistening city lights emerge. As urban dwellers enjoy making popcorn in the kitchen or watching a movie in the living room, CFLs can provide the right lighting in any setting. SRP provides customers with discounts, making purchasing an energy-efficient CFL bulb affordable.
CFLs come in a variety of styles and shapes for the different fixtures in your home. Also, you can select from different colors, such as soft white, bright white, and natural or daylight. Use this ENERGY STAR® usage chart to see where different styles of CFLs work best and start enjoying the benefits:
- CFLs use about 75% less energy than standard incandescent bulbs and last up to 10 times longer.
- CFLs produce about 75% less heat, so they're safer to operate and can cut energy costs associated with home cooling.
- CFLs save about $40 or more in electricity costs over each bulb's lifetime.
Get a discount at select Arizona stores
Take advantage of SRP CFL discounts up to $6 while supplies last. Find participating Valley retailers near you.
- The offer is good while supplies last.
- Discounts are included in the shelf price of the bulbs. Look for SRP signage indicating discounted CFLs.
- SRP reserves the right to change or terminate the offer without prior notice.
- SRP makes no representations and provides no warranty or guarantee with respect to the product or offer.
- Participants of the offer are responsible for understanding the mercury content in CFLs and disposing of CFLs properly.
3 million homes
The number of houses that could be illuminated in one year by the energy saved if every residence in America replaced just one incandescent light bulb with an ENERGY STAR-qualified CFL bulb.
The equivalent number of cars whose greenhouse gas emissions could be eliminated by the replacement of one CFL bulb per house.
Select the right CFL
New label requirements for all CFL packaging went into effect beginning Jan. 1, 2012 to help you choose the right light.
CFLs contain a small amount of mercury, about enough to cover the tip of a ballpoint pen. It's important to remember that when a CFL burns out, you should recycle it.
The Environmental Protection Agency has more information about safe CFL cleanup and disposal.
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