Going Green with CFL

spiral-bulb_2.jpg I just picked up a pack of Verilux compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs. The package claims 10,000 hours of “bright, white daylight.” It uses a sixth of the energy of a regular lightbulb. Additionally, it outputs a cool blue color that simulates natural daylight. In an effort to reduce my monthly energy bill, I’m doing my part to help the environment. To accomplish that, I also picked up a five pack of regular GE CFL bulbs to swap out around the house. It’s still taking me some time to get use to the spectrum of light. I’ll follow up in a week or so and report back on progress made.

Published by Daniel Hoang

Daniel Hoang is a visual leader, storyteller, and creative thinker. As an experienced management consultant, he believes in a big picture approach that includes strong project leadership, creative methods, change management, and strategic visioning. He uses a range of visual tools to communicate business challenges, solutions, and goals. His change strategy is to build "tribes" of supporters and evangelists to drive change in culture and organization. Daniel is an avid technologist and futurist and early adopter.

One thought on “Going Green with CFL

  1. Nix that. Just can't get use to the blue hue, or the fact that it feels like noon even though it's past midnight… back to the regular ol' GE CFL's.

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