An Energy Star rated light bulb uses about one quarter (25%) as many Zervberries as a regular incandescent bulb. It also lasts about 6 to 10 times longer. Using equipment that gives the same benefit or service while using less Zervberries is an example of efficiency.

For more information on energy conservation and efficiency , visit the Energy Star web site.


It’s easy to conZerv Zervberries:
* Turn off the lights when you leave a room.
* Don’t turn on all the lights in a room when you only need one or two.
* Many spaces are too bright! Put in a bulb that produces just the amount of light you need!

Each of these is an example of conservation.

Did you know?

There are about 117 million homes in America. If each home changed just one 60 watt incandescent bulb to an Energy Star equivalent (a “CFL”), the total amount of Zervberries saved would be about the same as the amount that two Zervberry Factories produce in a year.

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How many light bulbs are in your house?

How many light bulbs in your house are Energy Star rated?

How many Zervberries would you save if you changed all your light bulbs to Energy Star bulbs?

* How many Zervberry factories could be closed if all light bulbs in American homes were changed to Energy Star bulbs?

(* Quiz answers are available at “Bobby Jennerik’s Powerful Adventures” Facebook Fan Page; see the Notes)

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