The lead on the first batch of LED light bulbs sold to consumers has been an unusual one.
The supply chain for LED bulbs began with a supplier based in the UK, which is now a subsidiary of US multinational Philips.
The UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is now trying to find a replacement for Philips and it is trying to track down a replacement supplier in Germany.
The company has since stopped making the bulbs and is considering its options.
The new lead supplier will now be looking to bring the supplier in to supply the new batch of bulbs.
However, the new supplier has also been unable to bring in the supply chain that is required to manufacture LED bulbs for use in the home.
The LED bulb market is currently dominated by two companies: Philips Lighting and Lumina Lighting.
In December, the two companies announced a $3.5 billion merger.
The deal is valued at $1.4 billion.
LED bulbs are being replaced by a new generation of bulbs that will have less energy-hungry LED bulbs that emit less heat.
This means the bulb industry has been a major driver in the green movement.
In November last year, President Donald Trump announced a US$2.7 billion initiative to boost green energy and support the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
This new generation, dubbed LED, bulbs will use the same technology and can use the equivalent of 10 percent less energy than current bulbs.
However, as the two firms continue to develop LED bulbs, the supply chains are becoming increasingly complicated and are being used by the two to market their products.
The Philips Lighting company had previously been using the supply-chain for the Philips Hue light bulbs.
However, the company announced in January 2017 that it would be moving on to using the Lumina Light bulb supply chain.
The new supply chain will include Philips Lighting’s US-based headquarters in New York and the UK.
Philips Lighting is currently in discussions to build an HQ in the US, where it will also build a new US headquarters.
The US supply chain is expected to cost about $8.8 billion.
This is more than double the estimated cost of the entire LED bulb industry in 2019.
The company also plans to use the supply of these bulbs in its LED lighting products.
As a result, the Philips Lighting-led consortium will be able to deliver the bulb supply to consumers in the third quarter of 2019.
However this is just a beginning for the two new supply chains.
In January, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced it had begun investigations into the two supply chains and would be looking into the actions of the companies that supplied the bulbs.