Canadian Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver announced proposed amendments to replacement light bulbs’ energy efficiency standards on October 4. The amendment, which is designed to better align Canadian and American standards, would allow the use of incandescent halogen bulbs. Oliver said the changes would reduce the administrative burden and would improve competitiveness of Canadian companies by not requiring two different light bulb standards. Comments on the changes will be accepted through December 19.
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