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The directive issued by the European Union for the production of household lamps change everything in the European market. On September 1, 2009 all household lamps produced for the EU market must meet certain minimum energy requirements. The previously dominant conventional incandescent and halogen lamps do not meet these requirements and has already begun a gradual withdrawal from the market, which will be completed by the end of 2012.

Purpose, greater energy efficiency.

Since September 2009 all translucent lamps manufactured and sold in the EU must be energy class A. Only light emitting diodes (LED) and compact fluorescent lighting can achieve this high energy efficiency. All intensive frosted bulbs have already started to extinct from the market and only the stocks continue to be resold.
For the remaining non-performing products like transparent light bulbs will be phased out, according to a specific schedule, until the end of 2012.



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