In recognition of Earth Day in April, Polk-Burnett will give a free LED light bulbs to all co-op members who would like to try one in their home. LEDs use 70 to 85% less energy than incandescent bulbs and last up to 25 times longer.
“LEDs are good for the environment and can help lower your electric bill,” said General Manager Steve Stroshane. “We’re in the process of upgrading our security lights to LEDs, and we’re eager to share the advantages of LEDs with co-op members. When you change a light, you’ll save money and energy, and can help change the world!”