Old School Incandescent Bulbs Get 9-Month Stay Of Execution

Old School Incandescent Bulbs Get 9-Month Stay Of Execution

In spite of the fact that regulations to phase out high-wattage incandescent bulbs were signed into law in 2007, the ability to buy antiquated, inefficient lighting somehow became a lightning rod topic in recent months. And so legislators who want to defend your right to waste electricity (and still be able to use your old Easy Bake Oven) managed to find a way to stave off enforcing the rules until next fall. [More]

Shoppers Hoarding Incandescent Light Bulbs As New Regulations Loom

Shoppers Hoarding Incandescent Light Bulbs As New Regulations Loom

It’s been nearly four years since Congress voted to phase out low-efficiency incadescent light bulbs, but fans of the bright lights still have a few months before the regulations begin kicking in. And judging by sales numbers, it looks like consumers are snatching up incadescents before they fade away. [More]

Incandescent Light Bulb Law Forces Change To Easy-Bake Oven

Incandescent Light Bulb Law Forces Change To Easy-Bake Oven

After nearly half a century of injuring children and occasionally baking things, things are about to change for the Easy-Bake Oven as its traditional heat source is set to go the way of the dodo. [More]