Kitchen Lightning

Consider low energy bulbs wherever possible. These compact fluorescent lights use around 20 per cent of the energy of a normal incandescent bulb so you’ll not only be conserving energy but you’ll be saving money, too. They come in a range of shapes and sizes to match most fittings. Don’t confuse these with low voltage halogen bulbs, as you’ll need more of these to light the room and as they use transformers, which in turn use energy, they can’t be classed as low energy.

Above: The Halogen Energy Saver range is the world’s first energy saving halogen bulb, which uses 30% less energy than standard.