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Xcel Energy partners with select Walmarts to offer discounted LED bulbs

(Source: Xcel Energy) (Source: Xcel Energy)
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Xcel Energy announced a new energy efficiency lighting program in its Texas service area communities that provides discounted LED bulbs to help residents save energy and money. 

Xcel Energy is partnering with several regional Walmart stores to offer the high-efficiency LED bulb discounts on select models. The discounts will average $2 per bulb on standard bulbs and $4 on flood lights. 

"We’re excited to offer bulbs at a discounted rate to encourage customers to make the switch to higher efficiency lighting to begin saving energy and money," said Kim Sherman, Xcel Energy senior product portfolio manager. "Each LED bulb will save about $5 per year when compared to an incandescent bulb. That equates to big savings when you consider how many bulbs you have in the home."

Discounts are available at the following Walmart stores for a limited time while supplies last:

  • 3700 E. Interstate 40, Amarillo
  • 5730 W. Amarillo Blvd., Amarillo 
  • 4215 Canyon Dr., Amarillo 
  • 4610 S. Coulter Street, Amarillo 
  • 1501 Roosevelt St., Borger
  • 1701 North 23rd St., Canyon
  • 2003 S. Dumas Ave., Dumas
  • 300 West 15th St., Hereford
  • 407 E. State Rd. 114, Levelland
  • 2801 N. Charles St., Pampa 
  • 1501 N. Interstate 27, Plainview

For a list of discounted models and participating locations visit xcelenergy.com/LightingDeals.

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