In its latest annual report, the US Department of Energy said blue lampos are currently the cheapest lamps in the world.
The lampos, manufactured by Epson, cost just under $2,000, according to the report.
In a similar category, the American Chemistry Council said a table lamp costing $1,000 or less could be the most affordable lamp in the country.
“The blue lamp is a great investment and is an easy, affordable alternative to a conventional wood-burning light source,” Epson President and CEO David Litt said in a statement.
“The Epson Blue Lampo is an energy-efficient and environmentally friendly alternative to wood burning and offers significant environmental benefits.”
The report also said the lampos produced in the US cost only about 12 cents per watt.
That’s more than three times cheaper than other options, including traditional wood-fired lamps.
According to the Energy Information Administration, the average American household uses about 11,000 lamps, which account for roughly 20 percent of the US energy supply.
Lamps, which use a metal electrode to illuminate the room, are typically installed by homeowners or businesses, which can use them as a light source for office lamps, an office light or an electrical fixture.
The US Department and Energy Department have released a guide that offers tips on how to find the right lamp for your home.
It suggests buying a lamp that will last a decade, a lamp with an efficient power source, and a lamp to reduce energy consumption.
The guide also includes a list of the most energy-intensive materials for lampos.