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 Does the size of a light bulb affect it's energy use?

Answer Not The size... its the Watts. The more watts you have the hotter and more energy it uses. Unless you go with LED. They are a lil expensive right now but will cost less to run, and last years.
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Does the size of a light bulb affect its energy use?

Size has no bearing on the energy consumption of a light bulb. A large 100 watt bulb in a table lamp consumes the same amount of energy as a small 100 watt light bulb in a chandelier.Source:Madsci.... Read More »
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Does the size of a light bulb affect how much energy it uses?

AnswerThere are two ways to answer this question, depending upon what the questioner means by the "size" of a light bulb. .Size as form factorThe physical size of a light bulb makes no difference ... Read More »
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How much energy does it take to light a 60-watt light bulb for an hour?

The amount of energy a device uses is measured in watts. So a 60 watt light bulb will use 60 watts of electricity. However, the amount of electricity used over a period of time is typically measure... Read More »
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How much energy does a light bulb consume?

A light bulb's watts tells you how much electricity it consumes in an hour: a 100-watt bulb uses 100 watts per hour. A kilowatt-hour (kWh) is kilowatts used per hour (utility companies charge by ki... Read More »
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