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Earth Wind And Solar Energy, LLC
2350 W. Grand Ave. Chicago IL 60612
Phone:  312-243-9933     
Fax: 312-239-3769
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Earth Wind And Solar Energy (EWSE) design and install solar panels, solar thermals, wind turbines, geothermal and energy efficient lighting in the Chicago area and throughout Illinois. EWSE also conducts building energy audits for home and business. We are a well trusted and respected installer of green renewable energy systems.
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Energy Efficient Lighting for Residential
Residential homes are prime opportunities for lighting upgrades and offer the easiest and most cost effective upgrades. Traditional incandescent and halogen screw-in bulbs can be replaced with compact fluorescent or LED bulbs and can be completed by the homeowner.

These upgrades offer savings of up to 75% with equivalent light quality. Homeowners can find discounted energy efficient lighting products at major home improvement stores throughout Illinois.

For more complex lighting upgrades that require ballast upgrades, track lighting or garage and flood lighting, a contractor may be required and that's where Earth Wind and Solar Energy can offer our assistance. Our qualified team of energy efficiency specialists and licensed electricians will assess your lighting needs and install your new bulbs for a brighter and more energy efficient lifestyle.

We are always available to answer any questions you have about the incentives and rebates offered for residential energy efficiency upgrades.

Click here to contact an Energy Efficiency Specialist.
CFLs

CFLs
You'll save about $6 in energy costs each if you replace one traditional 100W incandescent with an energy start CFL.
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