The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 put limits on the types of lightbulbs that will be available in the coming years. In fact, by 2014, the age-old glowing filament we call incandescent bulbs will not be the same anymore. Some incandescents will sport lighter energy consumption profiles, while the older energy-hogging incandescent burners will no longer be available. 2014 is not that far away. Have you found a favorite CFL or LED bulb you want to put in your light sockets yet?
Here's one that's pretty cool. Literally. It's a L.E.D. bulb that produces light that looks more like what we are all used to, unlike the flickering glow of compact fluorescents or the sharp light 1st generation LED bulbs gave us. See the link below for more information on this new lightbulb start-up company, called Switch Lighting.