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|New Publication Illustrates Energy Efficient Farm Lighting Options|
|News Releases - Agribusiness|
|Written by Joy Venhorst|
|Thursday, 16 June 2011 12:28|
AMES, Iowa – Farm lighting is a key factor for worker safety, animal production and overall farmsteadsecurity. Many farm facilities use incandescent bulbs in a variety of settings, but the upcoming phase-out of incandescents among U.S. retailers demands consideration of energy efficient lighting alternatives.
“Energy Fundamentals for Farm Lighting” (PM 2089N) is available to download from the Extension Online Store, www.extension.iastate.edu/store/.
The incandescent phase-out officially begins with 100W bulbs in 2012 and will grow to include the lower wattage bulbs during the next few years. Alternative options for farm lighting include energy efficient technology such as compact fluorescent bulbs (CFL), light-emitting diodes (LED) and tube fluorescent fixtures.This publication also explains lighting terminology for comparing the energy efficiency of different bulbs.
“Incandescent bulbs will begin disappearing from hardware store shelves throughout the coming months,” said Dana Petersen, ISU Extension program coordinator with ISU Farm Energy. “Contact your local electric utility provider to learn about available rebates on energy efficient lighting alternatives.”
For more tips on energy efficiency around the farmstead, visit http://farmenergy.exnet.iastate.edu or follow@ISU_Farm_Energy on Twitter.The Farm Energy publications are part of a series of farm energy conservation and efficiency educational materials being developed through the ISU Farm Energy Initiative. The purpose is to increase farmers’awareness of opportunities for improving efficient use of farm energy. The initiative also will help farmers and utility providers to explore alternatives to reduce farm energy demand and to improve overall profitability in a rapidly changing energy environment.
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