The electricity used by any lighting source depends on the wattage of the bulb. If you have, for example, one 60-watt bulb in a lamp compared to three 40-watt bulbs in a ceiling fan light, then the light on the fan will use twice as much electricity (3 x 40W = 120W) as the lamp (60W). To save electricity and money, install compact fluorescent bulbs in all your light fixtures. They require 75% less electricity but put out the same amount of light.
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