Lights out on incandescent bulbs
photo courtesy Flickr, gotencool
It's the end of an era. As of New Year's Day, store shelves are no longer stocking 100-watt incandescent light bulbs. 40-watt and 60-watt versions are soon to disappear as well. That's because of new federal rules for improving the energy-efficiency of the bulbs we use. Guest host Rebecca Zandbergen spoke to two people about this: Michael Murr, the executive director of the EnviroCentre and Richard St. Jacques. He's the CEO of the local LED company Rimikon.
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