At the end of 2014, consumers will no longer be able to buy incandescent light bulbs. The incandescent has been around for 100 years, so to ease this transition RAISE Energy Solutions is launching a full line of home lighting
The start of 2014 means the end of an era; Thomas Edison's incandescent light bulb will no longer be manufactured.
RAISE Energy Solutions (RES) is primarily focused on commercial LED lighting, but with the end of the incandescent bulb, RES has expanded its lighting line to include home lighting.
2014 sees the end of all remaining incandescent bulbs in the American market, including the 60 and 40-watt bulbs, which account for nearly half of the US home market.
RES is offering Series A lamps and PAR lamps for your home at one of the lowest prices available on the market. RES's 12 Watt LED Series A bulb replaces the 75 watt incandescent and the 9 watt Series A replaces the 50 watt incandescent. With these major wattage reductions, lighting bills will decrease dramatically.
"In the interest of ensuring the quality of products, we have personally visited all manufacturing partners and reviewed their qualifications, physically inspected their factories for clean operations and ethical work conditions, and researched the latest technology in LED chips and heat dissipation," said Chief Technology Officer Tom VanZeeland.
Common misconceptions about the look and feel of LED light bulbs are causing fear for consumers who want to keep the warm lighting provided by the incandescent. RAISE LEDs produce the same warm lighting consumers have enjoyed for over 100 years from incandescent, but for much less money each month.
About RAISE Energy Solutions
RAISE Energy Solutions is an Atlanta-based company founded in 2013. We are a wholly owned subsidiary of RAISE Global Services, LLC. We provide Intelligent Lighting and Intelligent Energy Solutions with a specialty in LED light bulbs. Our bulbs are the best of class in price and technology. RAISE Energy not only offers wholesale pricing and
advanced technological lighting, but also contributes a percentage of profits towards energy projects for those who need it most.