Incandescent Light Bulbs

(Stu Stern, of S&H Hardware, shows incandescent bulbs he has for sale in his store.  Credit: Michelle Durham)

NE Philly Merchant Prepares For Expanding U.S. Ban on Incandescent Bulbs

Owner Stu Stern of S&H Hardware says he has stockpiled plenty of incandescent bulbs. Manufacture of 60- and 40-watt incandescents is banned in the US after January 1st.


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Health: Potential Health Risk With New Light Bulbs

3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl reveals the light bulb’s potential dark side.


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Thanks To Congress, Light Bulb Standards Stay The Same

One New Year’s resolution you won’t have to make is to get ready for the phase-out of 100-watt incandescent light bulbs. Enforcement of the change was de-funded by Congress.


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Some Say Light Bulb Transition Not A Bright Idea

Starting next year, the incandescent light bulb will be phased out in favor of more energy-efficient bulbs but not everyone is happy about the change.


3-On Your Side: Phasing Out Incandescent Light Bulbs

Beginning next year the incandescent light bulb will start being phased out. Does that mean you’ll be left in the dark? 3-On Your Side’s Jim Donovan sheds some light on what’s in store for us next.


(Ikea local market specialist Jennifer Braxton shows off Ikea's CFL bulbs at the Ikea store in South Philadelphia.  Photo by KYW's Michelle Durham)

Ikea Stops Selling Incandescent Light Bulbs In US

Home decor and furniture company Ikea is no longer stocking or selling incandescent light bulbs in its US stores, instead offering longer-lasting and energy-efficient bulbs.