They want the traditional 100 watt light bulb (in production since the 19th century – over 100 years!) to be replaced with the longer lasting Energy Saving Bulbs which use 80% less energy than the traditional light bulbs such as the 100 watt pearl or clear bulbs.
The EU along with the Energy Saving Trust are enforcing a ban on all other forms of incandescent bulbs by 2012.
This includes the 20 watt, 40 watt and 60 watt bulbs you usually use throughout your house.
The Energy Saving Trust believe you can save up to £37.00 per year on your energy bills as well as 124kg of CO2.
Although manufacture has been stopped, we have a large stock still available, and we’re selling them at an extremely good price – 45p!
So if you want to get them while they’re still around, we have 100 watt light bulbs, available for you now.
So with all these changes what is the equivalent to the 100 watt light bulb?
These last longer, provide the same level of lighting and they are better for the environment and your wallet!