If you're looking to save money in energy costs, you might want to think about going to your local City Market.
Coloradans can now get fluorescent light bulbs for as low as a buck and save up to $30.00 in energy costs.
This program, sponsored by Xcel Energy, helps people save money, as well as, protecting the environment at the same time.
The Energy Star bulbs use up to 75% less energy than a typical incandescent light bulb.
In December, President Bush signed a landmark energy bill mandating
everyone switch from incandescent light bulbs to fluorescent by 2014.
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