GE is making a major change to its repertoire of light bulb options, according to Gizmodo. By the end of 2016, the company will no longer be selling compact fluorescent lamp bulbs—known by their twisted design.
An emphasis will be placed on more efficient LED light bulbs, which are brighter, use less energy and last longer. In addition, they do not use dangerous chemicals such as mercury to generate power like CFLs do. However, LEDs are the most expensive type of bulb.