Manufactures are now ending production of incandescents –

29 03 2010

It’s coming time to change your outdated incandescents, halogen, and T12 Linear fluorescent lamps out to the more energy smart technology.

Toshiba Corporation and Toshiba Lighting & Technology Corporation, a Toshiba group company, last week marked the end of production of general-use incandescent bulbs, a product which Toshiba was first to manufacture in Japan and that it has produced for 120 years.

Toshiba decided to focus on environmentally-friendly lighting in 2008, and since then has been advancing a transition to new lighting products, particularly LED lighting.

Priority Lighting has you covered, we carry all your energy efficient lighting,: LED, Induction, and CFL’s. – In stock and ready for delivery.


How do LED’s work?

8 03 2010

Light Emitting Diodes – Ever wonder how they work or what they are? Click here to find LED Fast facts – Buy your LED’s online at

How hotel’s can easily cut costs.

1 03 2010

Guest overuse isn´t the only reason a big portion of a hotel´s energy bill is tied directly to lighting. Inefficient bulbs are also major culprits. Fortunately, the fix is easy enough. Hotels can optimize their lighting efficiency by replacing standard incandescent bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs (CFL) that use less electricity and last up to 10,000 hours longer. This simple switch could mean $15,000 in annual savings for a 100-room property with five sockets in each room (Source: GE)  You can buy them here from your Energy Star Partner, Priority Lighting.