Energy-saving market started in China, efficient lighting is not slow

According to UNEP statistics, China is the world's largest lighting production, sales and use country. As a lighting industry, China's high-efficiency lighting products account for more than 80% of global production. China's lighting industry has an important influence and promotion role for the development of global efficient lighting, which is why the first "Global Efficient Lighting Forum" was held in China from November 10th to 11th.

In recent years, the Chinese government has introduced many supportive policies in promoting the development of green lighting and achieving energy conservation and emission reduction. According to He Bingguang, Director of the Department of Resource Protection and Energy Conservation of the National Development and Reform Commission, China has started implementing green lighting projects since 1996. Since 2008, it has promoted high-efficiency lighting products nationwide through financial subsidies for five consecutive years, for large users and urban and rural areas. Residents purchase 30% and 50% subsidies for efficient lighting products.

By the end of 2013, China had promoted 780 million high-efficiency lighting products and saved 32 billion yuan annually, contributing to global energy conservation and emission reduction. In 2009, the National Development and Reform Commission of China and the United Nations Development Program and the Global Environment Facility jointly launched the “China Phased Elimination of Incandescent Lamps and Accelerated Promotion of Energy-Saving Lamps” project. The overall goal is to achieve a total energy saving of 160 billion to 2160 in the 10 years after the project ends. With a million kWh, carbon dioxide emissions are reduced from 175 million tons to 700 million tons.

China is not slow in the direction of efficient lighting. According to Lu Wenbin, deputy director of the Department of Resource Conservation and Environmental Protection of the National Development and Reform Commission, China has done four things to promote efficient lighting, including the elimination of incandescent lamps, the promotion of energy-saving lamps, the development of strategic emerging industries and the enhancement of sustainable development capabilities.

According to the roadmap for the elimination of incandescent lamps announced by China, more than 60 watts of incandescent lamps will be phased out from October this year, and the next step will be re-evaluated next year. China has also accelerated the transformation of incandescent companies. After the elimination of incandescent lamps, incandescent companies will generate 15,000 surplus labor. Therefore, while upgrading the enterprise, it is necessary to further train these employees.

“With the elimination of incandescent lamps and the promotion of energy-saving lamps, the market share of energy-saving lamps has reached 85% in 2013 from 70% in 2009.” Lu Wenbin said.

Semiconductor lighting is a strategic emerging industry. According to the plan, by 2015, the LED lamps used in China's lighting should reach 20% of the market, 50% in the backlight field, and 70% in the display field. "The semiconductor lighting industry is developing very fast now. The market share of semiconductors has increased from 100 million in 2009 to 800 million now, so optimistically, this indicator may be realized ahead of schedule." Lu Wenbin said.

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