LED bulbs promise to last anywhere from 23 to 46 years and thanks to electronic circuitry and semi-conductor chips, they have the potential to do more than just turn on and off.
Get ready to say goodbye to the light bulbs we all grew up with.
Thousands people are expected to flock to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for the annual Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show. Companies will show the latest and greatest products for the home. And one organization will be encouraging people to go green.
In January, a law went into effect that was designed to save a tremendous amount of electricity. It revolved around the elimination of the 100-watt incandescent light bulb and the next phase-out of the old-style light bulbs is just around the corner.
Every time you turn on the lights, you may be putting yourself at risk, according to a disturbing new study. Energy efficient bulbs are eco-friendly and can save you big bucks, but experts say they could also have a dark side.
Light bulbs as we know them are about to change. New government regulations mean the bulbs you have purchased for years will soon be history.
In January, new federal regulations on energy efficiency go into effect that will begin to phase out standard incandescent light bulbs.
Before you know it students will be heading back to school, but every bus in Pennsylvania has to be inspected before it can hit the road.
Congress is taking up the question of whether Americans are being forced to sacrifice personal freedoms for a better light bulb.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – If you have been shopping for light bulbs recently, you may have noticed some things are changing. Specifically, you’re seeing fewer and fewer incandescent light bulbs on the shelves. Just about a […]