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Green news harvest: Home Depot to recycle CFLs, 'peak carbon'

Also: Japan to bring back solar subsidies; boat race in the Netherlands; more bad news for ethanol makers; solar textiles; call for geo-engineering research.

By Jun. 24, 2008

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Light Bulb Buying Guide

With strict new standards, the landscape of lighting is rapidly changing. Here's everything you'll need to know to keep up.

By Oct. 4, 2013

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GE: Hybrid light bulb solves CFL issues

Halogen hybrid light bulb offers CFL efficiency without the wait for full brightness. And it contains less mercury.

By Oct. 20, 2010

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It's the end of the light bulb as we know it

With new, stricter efficiency standards almost upon us, it's time to think differently about your lights. Here's why you should feel fine.

By Sep. 20, 2013

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Philips 75-watt LED for sale for $39.97

Lighting manufacturer initially offers bulb online only.

By Jul. 21, 2011

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GE launches hybrid light bulbs

The bulbs, which combine halogen and compact fluorescent elements, should retail for less than $10 each. GE says they light up without delay and should last 8,000 hours.

By Apr. 1, 2011

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Five things you didn't know about LED lightbulbs

LED bulbs are energy-efficient and designed to last for many years, but here are a few lesser-known features to consider when weighing a jump to LEDs.

By Jul. 28, 2011

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GE to boost LEDs with jet engine technology

GE shows off a prototype LED downlight with active cooling system and announces plans to release a 60-watt equivalent LED bulb for general lighting next year.

By Oct. 21, 2010

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Americans getting turned on by new light bulb tech

The annual Osram Sylvania lighting survey finds growing awareness of the 100-watt incandescent phase-out and interest in trying more efficient alternative products.

By Nov. 17, 2011

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Side by side: LED, CFL, and incandescent bulbs

CNET conducts a "regular person's" comparison of the new AmbientLED bulb from Philips, along with its CFL and incandescent counterparts, without all the jargon.

By Aug. 6, 2011