National Energy Legislation


Inefficient incandescent light bulbs have been gradually phased out in order to reduce energy consumption and increase bulb efficiency. The first phase started with the banning of traditional 100 watt and 75 watt incandescent bulbs in January 2012 and 2013 respectively and as of 1/1/14 manufacturers are no longer able to produce 60 watt or 40 watt incandescent bulbs. Today Westinghouse offers a variety of products to replace these products including lamps for vibration and rough service applications and energy efficient Eco-Halogen, LED, and CFL lamps.


2015 Replacement Guide

Westinghouse Lighting offers a variety of light bulbs to choose from. The 2015 Replacement Guide will help show the bulbs you need to replace and when. Also shown are the many replacement options from Westinghouse that are available to you today.


Light Bulb Lighting Facts Labeling

New labels on CFL, LED, traditional incandescent and halogen light bulb packages are designed to help consumers and businesses make informed purchasing decisions. All Lighting Facts labels include brightness, energy cost, life expectancy, light appearance, energy used (wattage) and mercury notification (if applicable). It's just another way Westinghouse makes lighting choices easy!





Westinghouse offers a variety of ENERGY STAR qualified CFL and LED lamps, please refer to our online catalog for the most up to date listing.