Advocates of the new lights say they save energy and consumers money.
Light bulbs are getting more efficient, meaning you can get the same amount of light out of them and pay less to utilities on electric bill.
Kit Kennedy of the Natural Resource Defense Council says consumers have more great lighting choices now, ranging from incandescent which are 30% more efficient, CFLs' or the new LED's which will last somewhere between 10 and 20 years.
Energy standards on lighting have made Ohio a hub for energy efficient light bulbs. For more information you can log onto www.NRDC.org/energy/lightbulb.