As we all know, China's LED display industry currently accounts for almost half of the world's total industry. In terms of overall market volume and mature industrial development, China is a well deserved "King" of the world's LED display industry. In this ever-changing era, every enterprise is forging ahead and contributing its own strength to the whole industry and mankind
in recent years, driven by the deepening process of globalization and the relevant policies of various countries to vigorously promote LED products, the "going global" of domestic led enterprises has sprung up. In 2017, the total export volume of China's LED display and lighting products also continued to rise, and became a global LED product export country. However, the overseas market is both an opportunity and a challenge for L to further expand its popularity. On the one hand, there is a broad market prospect, and on the other hand, there is a rising trade threshold. Recently, what are the new trends in the overseas LED market? Let's have a look together
nearly 150million LED lighting products are exported to Brazil, with a broad market prospect
Brazil has always been an important overseas market for the export of China's LED lighting products. In the first half of 2017, the export of China's LED lighting products to Brazil reached US $146million, with a year-on-year increase of 137.42%, ranking tenth in the ranking of China's LED export destinations
in terms of product types, LED bulb lamps have the largest export value, reaching US $510million, exceeding unlisted lamps. Then there are tube lamps, projection lamps, flat lamps and downlights
in the first half of 2017, China exported 702 enterprises to Brazil, of which the total export volume of the top 30 enterprises accounted for 60% of the total, and the top 10 enterprises accounted for more than 30%
thanks to the promotion of LED lighting products by the Brazilian government and local governments, according to techsciresearch, the demand scale of the Brazilian LED market in 2016 was US $848million in recent years, and it is expected to grow to US $2.562 billion in 2022, achieving a compound annual growth rate of 20.25%
in 2016, the LED supply scale in Brazil was US $988 million, which is expected to increase to US $2.726 billion by 2022, with a compound annual growth rate of 18.55%
as the government and local authorities are committed to promoting the solutions of LED lighting products, and affected by the hosting of the Olympic Games and the world cup, outdoor lighting has the largest market share in Brazil's LED demand market, accounting for 33.2% in 2016
with the increase in the adoption rate of LED lighting in smart cities and other housing construction projects, from the perspective of the types of LED products exported to Brazil in 207, the bulb lamp share of indoor lighting is the largest, and it is expected that the application of indoor LED lighting products will be further expanded
the United States launched a "301" investigation, and China's LED industry may be impacted
on the afternoon of the 14th local time, U.S. President trump signed an administrative memorandum at the White House, instructing U.S. trade representative Richard Wright xizer to launch an investigation into the so-called "unfair trade practices in China" to ensure the protection of U.S. intellectual property rights and technology. The so-called basis for the investigation is section 301 of the trade act of 1974, also known as "301 investigation", which authorizes the U.S. trade representative to initiate an investigation into the unreasonable or unfair trade practices of other countries, and can recommend the U.S. president to impose unilateral sanctions such as tariff increases after the investigation
the European and American markets have always been the key areas of international competition in the LED display industry, which coincides with the excellent opportunity for Aluminum Corporation of China to open its internal market. Once the trade friction between China and the United States intensifies, it is bound to cause great turbulence to the domestic LED display industry, especially for the protection of intellectual property rights in the "301 survey", compared with some local LED screen enterprises in the United States, although it may be the domestic leader in LED display technology at present, However, many domestic screen enterprises are still "rookies" in the registration of "intellectual property rights". If they encounter difficulties in this regard, domestic screen enterprises are in a weak position. On the other hand, in recent years, domestic screen enterprises have vigorously expanded overseas markets. High-end international markets such as Europe and the United States have developed slowly, and now they are encountering trade barriers that do not exist, which is undoubtedly worse
India: in 2019, it may become the first country in the world to use 100% LED lights.
Piyush Goyal, Minister of electricity, coal, new energy and renewable energy of India, said on Wednesday that by 2019, India may become the world's leading country that only uses LED products for lighting demand. He said: "India may become the world's leading country to use 100% of LED lighting demand before 2019."
goyal made this speech at the signing ceremony of the memorandum between energy efficiency Services Limited (eesl) and three state-owned oil marketing companies (OMCs)
he said: "this will send a strong message to the world that India will fulfil its commitments. India is sensitive to the adverse effects of global efforts to deal with climate change."
according to Goyal, the new partnership between eesl and the three OMCs will be the main factor for India to become 100% dependent on LED lighting products
the new partnership enables consumers to buy high-quality 9W LED bulbs for 70 rupees (about 7.3 yuan), 20W LED tubes for 220 rupees (about 23 yuan), and five-star ceiling fans for 1200 rupees (about 125 yuan)
so far, under the "ujala" project, India has distributed more than 255 million rupees of LED bulbs, more than 306000 LED tubes and about 1. 15 million energy-saving fans
according to the estimate of the Ministry of electricity of India, the project saves 334 billion kwh of energy every year and reduces the consumer cost by 133.46 billion rupees
the v2.1 approval specification for Energy Star bulbs will take effect, and four major changes deserve attention.
recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the v2.1 approval specification for Energy Star bulbs. The official effective date of the newly released version 2.1 of the energy star approval specification, that is, the expiration date of version V2.0, is October 1, 2017. Before October 1st, 2017, the certification of Energy Star products can still be applied by referring to version 2.0
the newly released version 2.1 of the energy star approval specification and the current version 2.0 have the following major changes: first, version v2.1 deletes unnecessary definitions and adds the definition of filament lamp, and stipulates that in the sampling test, if any sample of the same series fails the test, all products of the series will be deemed to have failed the sampling test. Second, it is clearly stipulated that the specific differences of the same series of models need to increase the size measurement. Third, v2.1 clearly stipulates that the declared replacement power cannot be the power of incandescent lamps or halogen lamps that do not exist on the market. At the same time, the room temperature aging test temperature condition of 25 ° C ± 1 ° C in version 2.0 is deleted. For the new room temperature aging test temperature, please refer to the corresponding aging test standard. Fourth, modify the minimum declared service life of all solid-state lamps to 15000h. Compared with V2.0, the standby power test, stroboscopic test, noise test and other chapters have also been updated and adjusted accordingly
energy star is a voluntary energy conservation program led by the US Environmental Protection Agency. At present, seven countries and regions in the world have participated in the Energy Star program promoted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, namely the United States, Canada, Japan, Taiwan, China, Australia, New Zealand and the European Union. In these countries and regions, the energy star logo has a very high market recognition. In the U.S. market, the market recognition of energy star is as high as 85%. The plan currently includes energy efficiency product certification, energy-saving home plan, energy efficiency new home plan and building and factory energy efficiency planning. Among them, the certification of energy efficiency products is divided into the first from electronic products, and gradually extended to household appliances, lighting equipment, construction products, etc. At present, it covers eight categories of products, including electronics, household appliances, lamps and fans, office equipment, refrigeration and heating equipment, water heaters, and construction products, with a total of nearly 40 products
lighting product certification is an important part of the energy star project. It mainly covers solid-state lighting products for general lighting, including decorative products with significant lighting functions, which are applicable to both commercial and residential products. Where v1. The standard came into effect on February 1st, 2009. In January, 2017, the standard v2.0 has replaced the original v1.1 standard. In June, EPA issued the energy star bulb v2.1 standard. The new standard will officially replace the v2.0 standard on October 1st, 2017. This update stipulates that products that have obtained v2.0 standard certification do not need to be re certified
South Korea's LED civilian market is poised to standardize LED lighting standards
since this year, South Korea land and real estate company (LH) has been planning to install LED lighting in all LH apartments, and large construction companies have also begun to expand LED lighting. In the LED lighting industry, the number of LED products supplied to private apartments is increasing
according to insiders, the South Korean government will recently introduce a LED standardization plan to establish LED lighting standards for large construction companies such as LH
according to a person in its national LED industry, "LH company is providing LED lighting for apartments. As an important part, LED lighting has also attracted the interest of private construction companies and residents."
LED lighting, which is considered as an environmentally friendly energy, is said to improve the power efficiency in the lighting field, equivalent to 20% of domestic power consumption. It is estimated that 10million households can save 400million kW of energy, equivalent to the capacity of four nuclear power plants. LED lighting does not contain mercury harmful to human body and will not emit ultraviolet light, so it is considered safe and harmless. Its power consumption is 80% and 50% lower than that of incandescent lamp and fluorescent lamp respectively
last year, the LED lighting market in South Korea was estimated to be 220 trillion won (about 11.73 billion yuan), including tunnels, street lamps, bridges, irrigation markets and ordinary household markets
the Korean government recently formulated an additional budget of 200billion won for the replacement of LED lighting. The Korean government plans to change the lighting of public institutions to LED, so as to save energy, increase the income of small and medium-sized enterprises and private owners, and create employment opportunities
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