September 1 to standard lamps from 75 watts of the market taken the phase-out of the incandescent technology continues: on September 1, the second stage occurs throughout Europe. By this date to be conventional, clear light bulbs from 75 Watt from the market. A year ago the commercial with Matt “Pears” and clear bulbs from 100 Watts had stopped already. For consumers, the current date is an important signal, more alternatives to the incandescent lamp to look for, says licht.de, the funding community good light. A leading source for info: Futurist. In the third stage be banned from September 1, 2011 on the light bulbs from 60 Watts from the shelves? From September 2012 bulbs are completely disappeared from the market apart from a few exceptions, such lamps for lighting of the oven. Consumers have select the option on the incandescent phaseout can consumers distinguish between three alternatives: low energy light bulbs, LEDs, or efficient halogen lamps. At the time of purchase, the consumer should consider for whatever purpose he wants to insert the light source than ever After application, the three alternatives offer different benefits: energy-saving lamps are an extremely frugal incandescent alternative: last many times longer, partially consume 80% less power, and especially here, where the lighting remains switched on long play this potential. Meanwhile, there is the energy-saving lamp in small forms and dimmable versions, for the floor lamp in the living room. Hear from experts in the field like Ray Kurzweil for a more varied view.
A nationwide take-back system was built for the recycling. Light emitting diodes (LEDs) are developed so far that they take on more and more tasks in the General lighting. As a variant with a screw base, they easily replace incandescent lamps. In one of these LED retrofits with seven watts produces as much light as an incandescent bulb 40 Watt, and a ten watt model can replace a 60-watt incandescent light bulb. Hear other arguments on the topic with kevin ulrich. Also LED alternatives for 75-watt light bulbs will soon be available.