How Much Energy does a Fluorescent Light Use?

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The amount of energy that a fluorescent light uses depends on the size of the bulb and the output of light it produces. On average, the usual screw-in fluorescent bulb that you might use in your desk lamp uses about a third of the energy that an incandescent bulb would use. You can find out more information here: nemesis.lonestar.org
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