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Spring is a great time to think about making changes to get rid of
things that don’t work that well anymore – like those inefficient
incandescent light bulbs that use four times more energy than efficient
compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL).
Did you know replacing one inefficient bulb with a CFL – which lasts 10
times longer - could save you $30 over its lifetime? DP&L is giving
Miami Valley shoppers three chances over the next few weeks to spring
into savings by buying a CFL at a reduced price and getting one free at
On Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lowe’s, 2900 Martin’s
Drive, West Carrollton. Radio station WMMX-FM (107.7) will be
broadcasting live from the store.
On Saturday, May 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Home Depot, 5860
Wilmington Pike, Centerville. Radio station WLQT-FM (94.5) will be
broadcasting live from the store.
On Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sam’s Club, 6955 Miller
Road, Dayton. Radio station WHKO-FM (99.1) will be broadcasting live
from the store.
For each qualified CFL bulb you buy during each event, you will receive
a free 13 watt soft white CFL bulb from DP&L (each shopper is limited to
six free bulbs).
DP&L representatives will also be on hand to discuss energy-saving tips
and offer suggestions about how and where to use your new CFL bulbs.
There will also be displays of a hand-cranked generator and a bike
allowing visitors to generate enough energy to light up different types
If you can't make it to the three events, you can still save money by
buying a variety of CFL bulbs for discounted prices at each location all
DP&L's energy saving programs, introduced in 2009, have saved DP&L's
business and residential customers enough energy to power 40,000 homes
for a year.
Since 2009, energy-smart shoppers have bought more than 5.5 million DP&L
discounted compact fluorescent light bulbs at retailers like Lowe’s,
Walmart, Home Depot, and Sam's Club.
For a complete list of participating retailers, go to www.dpandl.com/save.
One CFL equals about 9 incandescent bulbs, meaning less waste in
CFLs use 75% less energy and last 10 times longer than incandescent
Switching 5 of your most used light bulbs to CFLs could save you up to
$50 per year on your electricity bill.
If every home in Ohio replaced just one light bulb with an
energy-efficient CFL, we would save enough energy to light more than
156,000 homes for a year.
Lighting costs are typically 20% of a home electric bill.
CFLs produce less heat, helping reduce cooling costs during warmer
About The Dayton Power and Light Company and DPL Inc.
The Dayton Power and Light Company is the principal subsidiary of DPL
Inc., a regional energy company.
DPL Inc.'s other subsidiaries include DPL Energy, LLC (DPLE) and DPL
Energy Resources, Inc. (DPLER), which also does business as DP&L Energy.
The Dayton Power and Light Company, a regulated electric utility,
provides service to over 500,000 retail customers in West Central Ohio;
DPLE engages in the operation of merchant peaking generation facilities;
and DPLER is a competitive retail electric supplier. DPL Inc., through
its subsidiaries, owns and operates approximately 3,800 megawatts of
generation capacity, of which approximately 2,800 megawatts are
coal-fired units and approximately 1,000 megawatts are solar, natural
gas and diesel peaking units. Further information can be found at www.dplinc.com.
DPL Inc. was acquired by The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES) in 2011. AES is
a Fortune 200 global power company with generation and distribution
businesses. Through a diverse portfolio of distribution businesses and
thermal and renewable fuel sources, AES provides affordable and
sustainable energy to 27 countries. Its workforce of approximately
27,000 people is committed to operational excellence and meeting the
world's changing power needs. AES' 2011 revenues were $17 billion and it
owns and manages $45 billion in total assets. To learn more, please