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European Union from September 1 this year, do not allow the production and import from incandescent, meaning traditional incandescent bulbs formally withdraw from the EU market. China will also benefit from next month phasing out incandescent lamps.
Delisting traditional incandescent bulbs, will bring on this place in terms of two distinct advantages: First, the elimination of high energy-consuming incandescent help protect the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions; two is to give new energy-saving lamps let out a huge market.
Incandescent withdraw from the EU market
EU ban on the use of incandescent bulbs is mainly to save energy and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. EU study showed that if the EU member states currently use incandescent bulbs are all converted into energy-efficient energy-saving bulbs, EU annual savings of electricity available for Romania a year. EU decided to ban incandescent bulbs, although the early lead in the implementation of some questions, but environmental organizations and consumer protection organizations of the EU, this approach is fully affirmed that the EU ban incandescent bulbs overall effect is positive, eliminate high energy-consuming incandescent help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect the environment.
New energy-saving lamps into the mainstream
Delisting incandescent lighting market is the most talked about energy-saving lamps and LED lights two protagonists. The energy-saving lamp energy saving effect is obvious, in terms of price but also significantly higher than the LED lights dominant. So now energy-saving lamps occupy most of the country market and become the true protagonist incandescent after delisting. Although energy-saving lamps have a demonstrable effect in energy efficiency, but it is not environmentally friendly. The long run, more environmentally friendly energy-saving lamps will be replaced with LED lights.
Although LED bulbs are more expensive, but because compared to other LED lighting products with significant energy-efficient, durable, low-carbon and environmental protection features, LED lighting industry is generally considered the future development direction.
From 2010 to 2016 the global LED lighting market share increased by 7% today to 40% by 2020, LED lighting market revenue will be close to 65 billion euros - in the global lighting market, account for nearly 60% of the share.
Far from the first half of 2011, domestic new LED interior lighting business nearly 1800. Among them, the first half of the domestic new LED interior lighting business nearly 1000.
China next month lock-up bulb
Since 2009, the EU began disabling inefficient incandescent light bulbs, while in Asia Pacific, Japan, in June this year in advance of the "retired" incandescent bulbs of the time, instead vigorously promote LED bulbs. The South Korean government also plans to ban from the 2014 production and sales of incandescent lamps. In countries around the world have introduced ban incandescent disposal program at the same time, the Chinese government issued "on the progressive ban on the import and sale of general lighting incandescent notice", decided from 1 October 2012, in accordance with the size of a phased ban on imports of power and sales of ordinary incandescent lighting.
China is the lighting production and consumption of power, energy saving lamp, incandescent lamp production ranks first in the world in 2010, incandescent light output and domestic sales were 3.85 billion and 1.07 billion. According to estimates, China lighting electricity consumption of the whole society about 12%, the use of energy efficient lighting products to replace incandescent, energy saving potential. The source pointed out, through the implementation of this roadmap will effectively promote the healthy development of China Lighting Industry, achieved good energy saving effect, Lighting Industry is expected to add about 8 billion yuan output value, added about 15,000 jobs , the formation of the annual saving 48 billion kwh, reduce carbon dioxide emissions 48 million tons annual capacity.
Countries and regions out of incandescent table
September 2009 - September 2011, have banned 100-watt, 75 watt, 60 watt traditional bulb; September 2012, the traditional light bulb moratorium.
January 2012 - January 2014, will be phased out 100 watts, 75 watts, 60 watts and 40 watts of incandescent bulbs.
2009 stopped production in 2010 began to gradually ban the use of traditional incandescent lamps.
June 2012 moratorium.
Plans to ban the sale of incandescent bulbs.
5% of the energy is used for lighting, and the remaining 95% of the energy is converted into heat energy wasted.
EU study showed that if the EU member states currently use incandescent bulbs are all converted into energy-efficient energy-saving light bulbs.
EU € 50 per family to reduce spending, the entire EU could save 10 billion euros.
The end of 2020 the EU will saving a total of 80 billion kwh.
EU annual reduction of 15 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions.