Saturday, December 31, 2011

Terry McGowan who is the director of engineering for the American Lighting Association says that things won’t change much and manufacturers would continue to bring more efficient lighting technology to the shelf


In the early part of December 2011 the Congress blocked a law which would have meant the incandescent bulbs which are more than 100 watts of power need to be more efficient. They would have been taken off the shelf. The regulation for 75, 60 and 40-watt bulbs will go into effect January 2013 and January 2014. Even thought law was blocked Terry McGowan who is the  director of engineering for the American Lighting Association says that things won’t change much and manufacturers would continue to bring more efficient lighting technology to the shelf.
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