Thanks to a combination of new regulations and older laws that are finally scheduled to take effect, in a few short years you’ll only have one technology choice for most lightbulbs: LED.
Thanks to a combination of new regulations and older laws that are finally scheduled to take effect, in a few short years you’ll only have one technology choice for most lightbulbs: LED. Fotolia TNS
Thanks to a combination of new regulations and older laws that are finally scheduled to take effect, in a few short years you’ll only have one technology choice for most lightbulbs: LED. Fotolia TNS

Troy Wolverton: Be prepared to say goodbye to the lightbulbs you’ve known and loved

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