Light Your Home
Georgia Power's Lighting Program partners with retailers across the state to offer discounts on select ENERGY STAR®-certified LED bulbs. Taking advantage of these savings is easy! Instant savings from Georgia Power's Lighting Program are included in your purchase price — just look for the Georgia Power logo at a participating retailer and head to check out.
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- Must be a Georgia Power residential customer.
- Instant savings are available only at participating retailers and apply only to select lighting products for a limited time, while supplies last.
- Limit 16 LED bulbs per customer.
- Instant savings do not apply to ENERGY STAR® qualified fixtures, fans or lamps.
- Select lighting offers valid through December 15, 2019.
Not headed to the store?
Take advantage of additional lighting savings through Georgia Power's Marketplace.Find a Store
Switch to LED Bulbs and Save
Why choose LEDs over incandescent bulbs?
- They use up to 90% less energy than standard bulbs.
- Each bulb can save you an average of $80 in electricity costs over its lifetime.*
- LEDs last at least 15-25 times longer, so you don't have to replace them as often, which is great for hard-to-reach places.
- LEDs come in a variety of styles, lumens and temperatures — from dimmable candelabras to bright spotlights — so you'll find options to fit almost any fixture in your home.
Lighting Audit Worksheet
The lighting audit tool assists customers with creating an inventory of LED lighting needs in their homes. Complete this worksheet to create your LED shopping list.Download PDF
How to Choose the Right LED for You
Georgia Power has partnered with The Home Depot to offer recycling for compact fluorescent light bulbs at the retailer's stores in Georgia. Georgia Power sponsors in-store bins at all 88 The Home Depot locations in the state, which creates the state's most widespread recycling program for CFLs.
For more information about the CFL recycling program, visit www.homedepot.com/ecooptions.
If a CFL should break in your home, EPA provides cleanup guidelines that can be performed by the general public.
More than 95 percent of an LED bulb is recyclable; simply call your local waste management company to learn its policies for collecting and recycling.
Since LED bulbs do not contain mercury and do not require special recycling, non-working LED bulbs can be placed in the garbage.