Why do LEDs use less electricity?

Why do LEDs use less electricity?

Light emitting diodes, known as LEDs are very energy-efficient light bulbs.
Because they’re able to convert 60% of electricity into light, compared to only 5-10% for compact fluorescents, these lights use much less energy.

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