The Biden administration is looking to completely end the use of incandescent light bulbs and make the switch to LED by July 2023.
Biden officials call it a money-saving endeavor that will also reduce climate-changing emissions and advance the president’s clean energy agenda.
Manufacturers will have to make the switch by Jan. 1.https://t.co/8tH50GM1Ny
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Manufacturers have 75 days to phase out the production of the high-energy light bulbs.
The administration promises that new policy will save consumers some $3 billion per year, slash carbon emissions by 222 million metric tons over the next three decades.
Manufacturers will have to make the switch by Jan. 1.
The Energy Department is pushing for the use of LED lights instead, which are more energy efficient but less flattering, according to older Americans.