A controversy on low-energy light bulbs
I have been reading and enjoying for some months the Business of green blog from the IHT. The RSS feeds of this blog are displayed on my sidebar.
Today I was reading their latest article “Do low energy light bulbs work?” and I felt like giving my humble opinion on that matter and posted a comment.
After some time, my reaction is now online and I got to admit that it is a thrilling sensation to read myself elsewhere than on this little blog.
According to the article from James Kanter, some readers of the Daily Telegraph (a British newspaper) reported that low-energy light bulbs lasted only short periods of time.
This fact puzzled me as I am using some of them at home and never had a problem with any of them after a year or so. I thus wanted to express myself on that matter.
To go a little bit further than I did on my comment, I believe that traditional incandescent light bulbs will remain in use in places like corridors, hallways and other places where light goes on and off often.
But for many uses as in the kitchen, the living room and similar places where a light bulb stays for hours.
To read this article and my reaction to it, I invite you to click on the link above. I hope you will enjoy both.