It is no secret that CFL sales have been decreasing. Government officials, though recognizing that CFL’s need more incentives, say that incentives must go hand-in-hand with products that can survive on their own. Sales have decreased as much as 49% since 2007. This comes, perhaps, in part from a lack of mass consumer recognition that CFL’s save much more energy than traditional incandescent light bulbs. Regardless, a $78 million incentive budget program has just been approved for 2010-2012. Although sales have decreased, I think that CFL’s will continue to be able to sell despite the incentive program. Though slightly more expensive, the bulbs last longer and are much more efficient — very well worth the money.
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