Save when you buy ENERGY STAR® LED bulbs.

Our ENERGY STAR® LED Residential Rebate Program has ended.

As the price of LED bulbs has declined, so has the demand for rebates. Therefore, we closed out our residential LED rebate program at the end of 2017. We will continue to offer rebates for commercial and industrial LED lights. Apply for one here.

Even without a rebate, there are lots of reasons to make the switch to ENERGY STAR LED light bulbs for your home—like the $250-400 just one bulb saves in energy costs over its lifetime. In fact, if every home in the United States switched out just one incandescent bulb for an ENERGY STAR LED light bulb, the energy savings would cover the cost of lighting thirty-two million homes for a year, or about $8.5 billion in annual electricity costs.

But ENERGY STAR LEDs save you money in other ways, too. Beside the fact that they use less energy, ENERGY STAR LED bulbs also last a lot longer and require less changing. That also means you can leave the ladder in the closet and stop worrying about those hard-to-reach bulbs.

Click here for more information on ENERGY STAR LED bulbs.

You also can learn how to select the right LED bulb on the ENERGY STAR website.


  • Energy Saving Tip #491

    End water (heating) torture.

    Leaky faucets can draw hot water, which you’re paying to heat. Fix dripping faucets as soon as you can.

  • Energy Saving Tip #367

    Charge, pull, repeat.

    There is no 110% battery power, so save energy by pulling the plug on chargers as soon as your devices hit 100%.

  • Energy Saving Tip #393

    Dive into the laundry deep end.

    When you dry loads back to back, your dryer stays warmer and you save on the energy it otherwise would draw to heat up from room temperature. If you have the time, a clothesline dries without drawing a kilowatt.

  • Energy Saving Tip #179

    A full freezer doesn’t just mean dinner’s at hand.

    The more space in your fridge or freezer, the more air you’re paying to cool. A well-stocked unit holds the cold better than an empty one.

  • Energy Saving Tip #342

    Clean coils mean efficient fridges.

    Do dust bunnies collect behind your refrigerator? Clean those coils to help your fridge function better.

  • Energy Saving Tip #350

    Leaf no savings opportunities behind.

    Planting trees on the side of your home that gets the most sun helps keep your house cool by blocking the hot, hot rays. Just be sure to watch out for power lines!

  • Energy Saving Tip #473

    Institute an open-door policy.

    Keep exterior doors shut, but leaving inside doors open helps air flow more freely and your air conditioner work more efficiently.

  • Energy Saving Tip #429

    Turn back—for savings to come.

    Ceiling fans make your air conditioner’s work easier when they spin counter-clockwise. Make sure yours are moving in the, ahem, right direction before temps go up.

  • Energy Saving Tip #433

    Is your oven lying to you?

    Very few ovens run true to the temperature on the dial. The small cost of an oven thermometer could save you lots of money and energy—and dry pot roasts. 

  • Energy Saving Tip #218

    Where there’s lint, there may be fire.

    A blocked dryer vent is a fire hazard at worst and an energy suck at best. Keep your vent clear to keep your dryer working efficiently.