The Biden administration announced that incandescent light bulbs are no longer. This is aimed for the purpose of conserving energy and reducing utility bills.
According to CBS News, the average American family will save $100 a year, or $3 billion collectively, as a result of the rules, which should also reduce energy costs for schools and businesses, the DOE estimates. Further, the rules are projected to reduce carbon emissions by 222 million metric tons over 30 years, the equivalent to the emissions generated by 28 million homes in one year.
This ban will take effect in July 2023 for manufacturers to phase out incandescents.