One of the biggest problems with making the switch to LEDs is the price. These bulbs are significantly more expensive than incandescent bulbs and CFLs, but don’t lose hope. Newer brands are offering them for a lower price. The first incandescent bulb was introduced in 1835, and over the past 179 years, has grown to over 32 billion Edison sockets in use around the world. Everyone reading this article has presumably changed a light bulb in their lifetime, but the need to frequently change light bulbs may be a thing of the past with the new long lasting, efficient LED light bulb from Switch Lighting. Founded in 2007, San Jose California based SWITCH Lighting is backed by VantagePoint Capital Partners. SWITCH currently sells LED light bulbs into both retail and commercial channels in North America and last year announced an import, distribution, and sales partnership with Canon Marketing Japan. Japan is currently the largest LED market in the world. Read on at Nanalyze.


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