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Got Lighting Questions? We've Got Answers!

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10/29/13 / Michael Timberlake

Got Lighting Questions? We've Got Answers!

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Thinking of finally making the switch to LEDs soon? Trying to find an easy way to save money every month? Confused about your energy-saving lighting choices? Wondering how to replace your 40-watt and 60-watt incandescent bulbs?

Well there’s no need to worry, because the 2nd LUMEN Twitterchat has got you covered. More than 80 of you with 125,000 followers joined us last time and we think it’ll be even bigger this time! 

Tomorrow at 1:00 pm ET, lighting experts Taylor Jantz-Sell from EnergyStar, Mike Watson from CREE, and Terry McGowen from the American Lighting Association will be joining the Alliance to Save Energy in a LIVE #LUMENchat on Twitter. We’ll be answering all your questions on lighting and sharing our best tips to get the most bang for your buck.

So mark down Wednesday at 1:00 pm ET on your calendar, join our experts, share your experiences, and ask your own questions by:

  • Following @ToSaveEnergy.
  • Using the Twitter Search bar and search for #LUMENchat to see a continuously updated stream, or search in a column on Tweetdeck or Hootsuite.
  • Follow a live stream right here.
  • Tweet using the #LUMENchat hashtag at the end of your tweet.




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