Saying goodbye to money-burning incandescent light bulbs
Incandescent light bulbs have been around for years, but that will change starting next year. In January, the U.S. government will phase out 100 watt incandescent light bulbs.
Not many fixtures use 100 watts, however, the government is planning on phasing out 75 watt light bulbs in 2014 and 60 Watts in 2015. The government was supposed to phase out 100 watt light bulbs this year, but because of the outcry they decided to push it back until next year.
Once the 100 watt bulbs are out, that is it. Factories have already stopped production months ago. The reasoning behind the move is because the electrical grid has not been updated since the 1980’s.
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