Wednesday, January 4, 2012


With the law signed by President George W. Bush in 2007, the US manufactores are no longer able to product 100-watt bulb since 1st, Jan, 2012.
If this legislation is really accepted by consumers? It still need the time to tell the truth. According to the research, only around 20% people agree to phase out 100-watt bulbs. Consumers now take buying bulb as a kind of investment choice. The bulb is not only required to emit lights, but also have other specialties like refrigerators.
Through an unscientific online poll, almost 50% consumers said they would like to choose LED as their house lighting , although it’s cost more than 20$, it can last more than 20 years.

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