Forum 2010 Presentation
Many utilities are wondering what the role of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) in program portfolios will be as incandescent bulbs are phased out in 2012. Recent CFL saturation studies show that a large potential for installing basic CFLs still exists. Some utilities are already planning to increase program emphasis on specialty bulbs and residential LEDs. But how do utilities restructure lighting programs to subsidize more-expensive lighting products? And what about efficient incandescents? We’ll review recent CFL saturation studies, discuss whether CFLs should be excluded from future programs, and highlight new residential lighting technologies.
Publication type: Forum, Slides | Author: Laura Moorefield