Side Note: The WRONG way to convince people to turn Green!

Compact Fluorescent Bulb PhotoSee this article from the Mansfield News Journal about a utility company who, in an effort to reduce energy consumption to comply with an Ohio law, crafted a plan to deliver two compact fluorescent lamps to each customer.  The CFLs cost roughly $3.50 each, but the utility was going to charge the customer $21 for the pair.

While I’m sure lots of folks are supportive of using CFLs, the move didn’t sit well with customers.  But that’s hardly a surprise!

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