Government flicks switch on halogen bulb ban

James Murray
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Government flicks switch on halogen bulb ban

Shift to LED bulbs expected to cut UK carbon emissions by 1.26 million tonnes a year, as government beefs up energy efficiency rules

The government has today announced plans for new legislation to end the sale of the majority of halogen bulbs for general household use from 1 September, as part of a package of measures designed to tighten...

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