Ban on incandescent bulbs
Edison bulbs and the incandescent bulbs have been much in discussion. People have doubt in whether the Edison bulbs are banned as the laws are removing the incandescent bulbs out of the market. The answer is that only some forms are likely to disappear from the market but some will stay. The law includes many of the bulbs in the ban but the Edison bulbs with the tube shaped bulbs, globe shaped lights and the candelabra bases which are larger than 5 inches are exempted from the ban. There are chances that the remaining will be banned and thus people have been stocking up those bulbs.
The ban on the incandescent bulbs is not actually on them. The main goal is to have the energy independence and security which is to increase the renewable fuels for protecting the consumers and then increasing the efficiency of the products. This is mainly intended to have the greenhouse options for the energy performance. For this purpose the first step to be done is to call the new efficiency standards for all the things like vehicles, renewable fuels, electric appliances and light bulbs.
Exemption on Edison bulbs
The energy independence is done for the good cause and it is admirable. Now the question is how the incandescent bulbs be saved? The dark days are about to come and thus eth people have started to stock fill the incandescent bulbs. It is found that the filament bulbs are not efficient and they first produce the heat energy and then the light energy. Light is eth secondary use of the filament light bulbs. They are the small heaters which glow up.
Due to the ban in the Edison light bulbs there are chances that the light bulb manufacturers would find a new technology of eth lighting field and new light bulbs will be sold to everyone. The new technology will be developed with the help of the government. But not all the incandescent bulbs are banned. There are 22 types of bulbs which are not in the list of banned bulbs. The Edison bulbs with some specific shapes and base are exempted from the law. The CA and T shaped Edison bulbs are called the candelabra bulbs which are exempted from the ban. The globe shaped bulbs which 5 inch larger size is known as globe shaped Edison bulbs are also exempted from the ban. There are many other Edison bulbs which are exempted and thus it can be said that the future of Edison bulbs is bright.