Philips Lighting. Halogena Energy Saver halogen lamps are offered in 40-watt and 70-watt models as alternatives to 60-watt and 100-watt incandescents. The halogen lamps feature a 3,000-hour average rated life and deliver 800 to 1,600 lumens, the same light output as the higher-wattage incandescents, for a 30% energy savings, says the firm. The bulbs are designed to resemble the look and feel of traditional incandescent bulbs and are dimmable. 800.555.0050. www.philipsusa.com


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Progress Lighting. The Westin CFL family uses GU24 lamps in 15-watt, Energy Star–qualified fixtures. The lights feature arching rectangular arms with strap accents and etched glass. Close-to-ceiling, one-, two-, three- and four-light bath and vanity selections are available, as well as one-, three-, and five-light hall and foyer fixtures and chandelier and pendant options. 864.678.1000. www.progresslighting.com