Bright idea: Government plans to flick switch on stronger lighting energy efficiency standards

James Murray
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Bright idea: Government plans to flick switch on stronger lighting energy efficiency standards

Plans to ban sale of inefficient bulbs promises to deliver significant cost and carbon savings for households and businesses

The government has today unveiled new proposals to boost the efficiency of lighting products in the UK with the launch of a consultation on new ecodesign product standards for the lighting sector. The...

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