left shadow main shadow main shadow
main shadow
Ld logo
Professional Ligting top_banner
Home top navigation Jobs/Events/News top navigation Catalogs top navigation Manufacturers top navigation Lighting Products top navigation Newsletter Sign-Up top navigation Apps_Blogs top navigation Lighting Feeds
Subpage Top Grad
Indoor Lighting
Left Navigation
Outdoor Lighting
Left Navigation
LED Lighting
Left Navigation
Ballast/Transformers
Left Navigation
Controls
Left Navigation
Lamps/LED
Left Navigation
Emergency/Exit
Left Navigation
Site Sponsors
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Sponsors Images
Industry News
Political Pulls With Energy Efficient Lighting
July 27, 2011

The efficiency standards for light bulbs set into place by the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA 2007) have been a topic of debate in the political arena recently.

First, the Better Use of Light Bulbs Act, H.R. 2417, sought to repeal the portion of EISA 2007 requiring incandescent light bulbs to become 25 to 30 percent more efficient.  The BULB Act did not pass in the House of Representatives.

Last Friday, the House approved an amendment that denies funding to implement the federal light bulb efficiency standards.

On Tuesday, the Department of Energy launched a new advertising campaign touting the benefits of efficient light bulbs.  It seems to be a timely response to Friday’s amendment.

Click below to read more an view one of the ad campaigns.

http://blog.pegasuslighting.com/2011/07/political-pulls-with-energy-efficient-lighting/

Trans
Banners
Banners
Trans
Trans
Main Shadow Right
Indoor Lighting  |   Outdoor Lighting  |   LED Lighting  |   Ballast/Transformers  |   Controls  |   Lamps/LED  |   Emergency/Exit  |   Manufacturers  |   Lighting Products  |   Events  |   Jobs  |   Industry News  |   New Catalogs  |   Site Map  |   Advertising Information
LIGHTDIRECTORY - LightDirectory.com, P.O. Box 795, Oswego, IL 60543.
Trans