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Argentina Sets New Energy Efficiency Standards for Certain Lamps

Argentina has adopted effective from 1 July 2019 new minimum energy efficiency standards for halogen lamps with a tungsten filament as well as self-ballasted fluorescent lamps (both single and double capped) for general lighting purposes.

Argentina has adopted through Disposition 4/2018 new minimum energy efficiency standards for halogen lamps with a tungsten filament as well as self-ballasted fluorescent lamps (both single and double capped) for general lighting purposes. Specifically, subject lamps will be required to comply no later than 1 July 2019 with the relevant Class A energy efficiency standards set out in standard IRAM 62404 - Parts 1:2014 and 2:2015. Argentinean authorities estimate that a Class A lamp uses 52 percent less energy than an equivalent Class B lamp.

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