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Currys to sell only 'low-energy' light bulbs

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AB Asks | 13:11 Thu 15th Mar 2007 | Technology
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Currys are to stop selling incandescent light bulbs in favour of energy saving varieties. The decision follows an announcement by Gordon Brown that he wants to remove old fashioned bulbs from houses by 2011. The chain of shops has made the decision after a 20-fold yearly increase in sales of low-energy bulbs, which means that they now make up 60% of the total sales. Should all shops follow Currys' lead? Or should it be down to the public to decide which light bulbs they use?

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well personally I think if blair and all his shisters (dont know how to spell that but think you know what I mean) keep there lying mouths shut then that will reduce the amount of polluting gases that this country omitts by at least 50%
funny, every bodies on about these pathetic dim lights but what about all the unnecessary dishwashers every body just has to have .me thinks a bit more the a piddling 100 watts an hour there.,also seems b&q pushing air con: now is that going to be another "must have" they do use power, A LOT
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If we are going to be forced to use these i hope they improve them.Not only do they take a while to come bright enough but also my family have had 4 explode for no obvious reason.

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