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A global switch to efficient lighting systems would trim the world's electricity bill by nearly one-tenth… [and] better building regulations would boost uptake of efficient lighting… The IEA [also] concludes, there is no need to wait for LEDs. Policy measures and individual action to bring the switch would slash 38% from the global electricity bill for lighting by 2030.

The BBC reporting on a new International Energy Agency report with a tongue-twister for a name: ‘Light’s Labour’s Lost.’ (Don’t worry, I didn’t pick-up on the reference either). So is it time to ban the bulb? Also see the IFC's Efficient Lighting Initiative.

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