Lighting

Get instant discounts of up to $4.00 on LEDs!

Focus on Energy partners with retailers across Wisconsin to offer instant discounts on select ENERGY STAR® certified LED bulbs.

Did you know?

Lighting accounts for about 20% of the average home's electric bill. LEDs use up to 90% less energy and can last up to 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs. Want to learn how they can save you money, energy and time? Start here:

  • Free Lighting Demonstrations

    View our calendar of free lighting events held at participating retailers and come speak with our lighting experts.

  • Choose the Right Bulb

    Get the facts about LEDs and help choose the right bulbs for your home. Use our Light Bulb Finder tool, visit the ENERGY STAR website, or watch our video to get answers to frequently asked questions about purchasing bulbs.

  • Handling and Recycling

    LEDs and CFLs have many benefits over standard bulbs and are safe when handled and recycled properly. Download this Fact Sheet to learn how to properly clean up and dispose of a broken light bulb. You can contact your local retailer to find out if they accept bulbs for recycling or locate a retailer on our Find a Retailer tool.

Here's how easy it is to save!

  1. Not sure where to start? We can help. With our Light Bulb Finder tool, we’ll walk you through the best type of bulb for your needs, whether you’re replacing bulbs in outdoor lighting, a chandelier, or your desk lamp.

  2. Find a participating retailer near you: Retailers for LED Lighting Products

  3. Look for the Focus on Energy Special Pricing sticker to save!

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Eligibility & Requirements

  • Must be a customer of a utility that participates in Focus on Energy.
  • Discounts are available only at participating retailers and apply only to select lighting products for a limited time, while supplies last.
  • Limit 25 discounted bulbs per customer.
  • Discounts do not apply to ENERGY STAR® qualified fixtures, fans or lamps.

CFL Recyling

All CFLs contain about 5 milligrams of mercury per bulb, which is less than you find in an average watch battery. Though it’s an extremely small amount, these bulbs do need to be recycled properly. Also, if a CFL breaks, you should take special steps as advised by the EPA. Download this Fact Sheet to learn how to properly clean up and dispose of a broken CFL.
Check to see which participating retailers recycle CFLs!