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How to Make the Most of Daylight Saving Time

In 2007, legislation went into effect that extended daylight saving time for a total of four weeks each year. We checked the math: This historic change is responsible for amazing energy savings. One of the other easiest ways to make a difference is upgrading to LED light bulbs. Together, these two energy savers really add up to a win, win.


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Why on Earth Are GE reveal® Light Bulbs Blue?

GE reveal® bulbs are ideal for enhancing décor and architectural accent features in your home. Have you ever wondered how they produce such clean, beautiful light®? The blue hue is the secret.


Uncover the Secret of reveal

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Energy Suckers vs. Energy Savers

GE LED bulbs are designed to use much less energy and save money versus traditional 60-watt incandescent bulbs. This side by side comparison shows you how.


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The Rainbow of Light

The light in visible spectrum – what the human eye can see – represents a rainbow of color. Did you know that these hues actually have a temperature associated with them? Warm colors are actually warm, and cool colors really are cool.


Explore Color Temperature

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Debunking Myths About All Things Lighting

As the days get shorter and the nights get longer, you rely on lighting more and more. Here is the truth about some popular lighting myths that may surprise you.


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Inner Workings of LED Light Bulbs

The anatomy of LED light bulbs offers long life and low energy use with the brightness you expect from a bulb. They're also designed to bring out the best features of your home by fitting every fixture in every room. Some GE LED bulbs use up to 80% less energy compared to incandescent bulbs. Depending on the bulb, you can expect a rated life of up to 25,000 hours. That's about three hours a day, every day of the year, for over two decades! Here are the engineering features that make LEDs perform. Long live LEDs!


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What goes on behind

What Goes On Behind the Light Switch

It's easy to take lighting for granted. But did you ever wonder about the science behind it all?


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Top Five Places to Update

Top Five Places to Update the Lighting Around Your House

We live in an era of amazing advances in lighting technology. Start taking advantage of them around your home.


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Smart Solutions

Smart Solutions for Your Smart Home

Transform the way you interact with your home with a range of handy hassle-free gadgets, including the new mobile-controlled GE Link LED light bulb.


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Lighting to Lawn

From Lighting to Lawns: How Much Energy Could You Be Saving This Summer?

When the temperature rises, so does your energy bill. Check out our five tips for a more efficient summer to help keep your budget cool as a cucumber.


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