Con Ed Lightbulb Distribution

Con Edison workers packed 100,000 LED lightbulbs, food and other needed items for distribution to 25,000 households across the five boroughs.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

Con Edison is providing Food Banks in New York City and Westchester County with 200,000 high-efficiency lightbulbs for distribution to residential customers.

The light-emitting diode bulbs will save an estimated 7,100 megawatt hours of power per year.

That would prevent more than 5,000 tons of greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere, the equivalent of taking 1,100 cars off the road.

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