BRIEFING: How the new light bulbs are supposed to look and work The bulbs are expected to be installed in homes by the end of the year.
The bulbs will replace the bulbs in existing lights in most homes.
But they will also be used in a number of new light fixtures.
The new bulbs, which are designed to mimic natural light, are expected be more durable, less likely to melt and last longer than traditional bulbs.
The lighting industry expects to be able to sell new bulbs by the beginning of 2018.
The companies behind the bulbs say they are designed for a range of uses, from dimming up lights to lighting windows.
The bulb makers say they’re engineered to withstand the harshness of a sunburn, as well as the harsh heat of the day.
The manufacturer said they’ll last longer and more evenly than traditional lighting bulbs, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement.
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source NBC NEWS The lighting companies are betting that they will be able sell new LED bulb sets in the first half of 2019, after they begin production.
The LED bulbs will be priced at less than a typical incandescence bulb, and they will not cost consumers more than about $100.
But their cost is expected to rise significantly as they enter the market.
The cost of a typical fluorescent bulb in 2018 was about $2.60 per bulb, according to the Lighting Association.
The price of a standard LED bulb was about three times that price.
The LED bulbs cost less than $50 per bulb and are expected at around $100, according a Bloomberg analysis of data from LED lighting manufacturer Philips.
They’re expected to come in different sizes and are designed with the same technology, so they will work just like incandeces.
The makers of the LEDs say that they are more than 10 times brighter than conventional bulbs.
They are also more energy efficient, but they have lower brightness than incandes, which have a higher level of efficiency.
“LED bulbs offer an incredible array of energy-efficient features,” said Stephen Wysocki, president of Philips Lighting.
“LED bulbs will provide significant energy savings over incandets, while still offering an outstanding light output.”
The cost of LEDs, which come in three sizes, will drop from $2 to $1.80 per watt.
That is expected over the next year.
LED lighting is a booming market, with more than a billion LED bulbs in use globally.
According to a recent report from the Lighting Research Institute, the number of people using LED lighting is expected reach a peak of about 7,000 by 2023.