With the Energy Passage Act approved last year, supermarkets expect sales of more expensive energy-efficient lighting products to turn a corner soon. The new federal regulation mandated that inefficient incandescent bulbs be eliminated in favor of more energy-efficient lighting. To better educate consumers, manufacturers have to now emphasize the lumens per watt (the amount of light bulbs produce), as well as watts and life of the bulb on its packaging. "What people don't realize is that ...
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