This past September marked an interesting moment in the history of incandescent lighting: the European Union’s final deadline of the phase-out of household incandescent lamps. Starting with 100W lamps in 2009, then 75W and 60W lamps in 2010-2011, and finally as of September 2012, all 40W and 25W incandescent lamps were phased out of manufacture and banned from import into the European Union, including the UK. This means that stocks already in the country can be sold, but no new stock ...

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