The UK is just now finding out how much they are going to have to shell out when replacing their light bulbs.
Seems they banned incandescent light bulbs. This ban took effect the start of this year. They can’t buy (stock up) 100W bulbs now and won’t be able to get 60W bulbs starting next year. Which means the manufacturers of the newer, less power hungry compact florescent bulbs can likely drive wholesale prices upward.
Do you hear this, Fred Upton? I hope you maintain your “switched” position and undo your 3-year past legislation to ban such light bulbs here in the U.S.