Government Engagement

Government Engagement


The ALA Government Engagement program works with international, federal and state/provencial governmental agencies, environmental groups, as well as standard and code organizations that influence how lighting products are designed, manufactured and sold.

 


 

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May 26, 2022
ALA Government Engagement Update
News, Government Engagement, ALA News
April 26, 2022
Department of Energy Finalizes 45 LPW Standard and Definitions
News, Government Engagement
March 30, 2022
USTR Reinstates Some Tariff Exclusions
News, Government Engagement
March 30, 2022
Section 301 Tariffs Turn 4
News, Government Engagement
February 25, 2022
DOE Initiates Standards Work for Ceiling Fans
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USTR Reinstates Some Tariff Exclusions

As the Section 301 tariff ordeal has evolved, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) created and implemented a tariff exclusion process. To date, USTR has approved 549 requests, but all of those have since expired.

After six months of urging by industry, USTR has reinstated 352 of the original 549 exclusions. The reinstated exclusions are retroactive to Oct. 12, 2021, and will be in effect for the remainder of 2022.

Read the full list of reinstated exclusions.

Identified exclusions pertaining to lighting:

8536.50.9065
Modular light switches, for a voltage not exceeding 1,000 V, presented in polyethylene terephthalate (PET) housings, designed for use with a backplate

8536.90.4000
Twist-on wire connectors, for a voltage not exceeding 1,000 V, each valued not over $0.03

8543.70.9960 prior to January 27, 2022, or 8543.70.9860 effective January 27, 2022
Apparatus using passive infrared detection sensors designed for turning lights on and off

9405.40.8440 prior to January 27, 2022, or 9405.42.8440 effective January 27, 2022
Flexible strips, each having embedded light-emitting diodes electrically connected to a molded electrical end connector, each strip wound onto a reel measuring not more than 25 cm in diameter and not more than 1.5 cm in width
 

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