Yes and no. EES will only sale to those whom we can save money for; so yes in the fact that you will see savings. No it will not affect you in the fact that all energy is regulated and maintained by the same geographic agencies. So no matter who you purchase electricity from, your continuity will remain the same.
In 2012, about 49 million LEDs were installed in the U.S. -- saving about $675 million in annual energy costs. Switching entirely to LED lights over the next two decades could save the U.S. $250 billion in energy costs, reduce electricity consumption for lighting by nearly 50 percent and avoid 1,800 million metric tons of carbon emissions.
It is Evolving Energy Systems vision to pursue an energy independent society with a great respect for planetary stewardship, education, technological transition, quality of life, as well as domestic security and economic growth.
Several years ago, in an effort to inspire competition in the energy industry, certain states began allowing competitors in the market.
In one hour more sun energy falls on the Earth than what is used by the entire population in one year.
As a nation, we spend about one-quarter of our electricity on lighting, at a cost of more than $37 billion annually. Much of this energy is wasted using inefficient incandescent light bulbs. Only 10 percent of the energy used by an incandescent bulb produces light; the rest is given off as heat.