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  • Incandescent bulbs are losing their luster

    Karin Magnes, owner of Light Bulbs Plus in Rancho Cordova, talks about some differences between incandescent and LED light bulbs. New energy efficiency standards take effect Jan. 1 in California that will effectively ban the sale of traditional incandescent light bulbs.

Karin Magnes, owner of Light Bulbs Plus in Rancho Cordova, talks about some differences between incandescent and LED light bulbs. New energy efficiency standards take effect Jan. 1 in California that will effectively ban the sale of traditional incandescent light bulbs. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
Karin Magnes, owner of Light Bulbs Plus in Rancho Cordova, talks about some differences between incandescent and LED light bulbs. New energy efficiency standards take effect Jan. 1 in California that will effectively ban the sale of traditional incandescent light bulbs. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

Traditional lightbulbs set to vanish from California store shelves starting Jan. 1

December 22, 2017 03:55 AM