Home Lighting

The following programs and rebates are available for lighting in your home.

ENERGY STAR® Lighting Program

Simple lighting changes can go a long way in saving money and energy at home. On average, ENERGY STAR® certified Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL) last up to 10 times longer than the equivalent incandescent bulbs and use 75 percent less energy.

ENERGY STAR certified Light Emitting Diode (LED) bulbs are even more efficient and can last up to 25 times longer than a comparable incandescent. Before you replace your next light bulb check out the ENERGY STAR website.

ENERGY STAR Instant Coupons

When purchasing ENERGY STAR certified LED light bulbs for your home (for residential customers only) look for coupons at our participating retailers.

Shop for Lighting Deals

In addition to the local participating retailers, NHSaves offers many energy efficient lighting products through our online catalog.

Caring for Fluorescent & Compact Fluorescent Bulbs

Recycle CFL and fluorescent bulbs: These bulbs cannot be simply tossed into the garbage with your other trash. New Hampshire law requires residents to dispose of these bulbs properly. Here are a few disposal/recycling options for light bulbs:

  • Find a participating lighting retailer offering free CFL recycling services.
  • Check with your local transfer station/recycling facility for guidance.
  • Dispose of mercury-containing products as part of your local hazardous waste project or through an authorized mercury recycler.

Clean-up measures for a broken fluorescent bulb: Remember, fluorescent bulbs contain a trace amount of mercury, so you need to take special care when cleaning up a broken bulb.

Please note: LED bulbs do not contain mercury and can be safely disposed of in household trash.