IKEA to stop selling incandescent light bulbs

The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 mandated that all US retailers must stop selling incandescent bulbs by 2012.

According to a lighting survey conducted for IKEA back in 2010, 61% of Americans weren’t aware of the legislation either.
IKEA was kind enough to remind the world of the upcoming change by proudly announcing that they’ve stopped selling the power-sucking bulbs a whole year early – making them the first retailer in the US to comply with the bill.
67% of Americans care about using energy saving lights, while 81% say using more efficient lights is a good environmental practice.

via engadget.