AGOURA HILLS, Calif. - Online lighting store EternaLighting based in Miami, Florida has announced plans to exhibit at the IWF 2012 trade show to be held August 22-25, 2012 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The exhibition includes education sessions designed to help industry professionals improve products, work more efficiently, expand to new markets and ultimately become more profitable. The 2010 IWF show was attended by companies of all sizes from over 90 countries, looking for the latest technology in machinery, services and supplies.

The lighting industry is especially proud of recent industry advancements that provide a much-needed boost to the U.S Economy. A significant area of concern in today's economy is finding a balance between "greenness" and dollar savings. Too many times, the "green" alternative comes at a higher initial cost, making many consumers reluctant to take advantage of the newer technology.

According to energy experts at "The Daily Green", lighting accounts for approximately 11 percent of a typical home energy bill. By replacing old-fashioned light bulbs with energy efficient alternatives such as compact fluorescent bulbs, LEDs or halogen lights, you can save up to 75% on your annual light bill.

For a handy online calculator of possible savings (based on your state's average electric rate) you can visit and enter your information.

According to EternaLighting owner Bill Decanio, "Our years of experience providing all available types of lighting, from fluorescent to Halogen, HID to LED, has positioned us to continue fulfilling job specifications with the latest and most efficient lighting available. The various applications today that call for savings, efficiency, cooler temperatures and longer rated life-spans are what we specialize in on a daily basis."

The staff at EternaLighting is proud to be a part of these developments and is looking forward to a brighter future.

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