Yes. While “high-efficacy” was initially based on the 2012 IECC definition, this definition was revised in 2018 IECC, to include LED fixtures, without having to meet the lumens per Watt requirement. According to the 2018 IECC definition of “high-efficacy”, “LEDs,” “compact fluorescent lamps,” and “T-8 or smaller diameter linear fluorescent lamps” meet this definition. Other types do qualify if they meet the lumens per Watt requirements, listed in the definition. Read more about ENERGY STAR’s MFHR program requirements.