The efficiency of a light bulb, regardless of the technology, is the ratio of visible light output to total power consumed. The inefficient part, the power consumed that isn’t visible light, is dissipated as heat. By that measure, flourescent lamps are generally three or four times as efficient as incandescent lamps. And sure enough, flourescent […]
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