Japan's LED lighting penetration rate will reach 30 in 7 years

by:ALLTOP      2020-03-20
Japan's Ministry of Economy, trade and industry plans to replace more than 60 incandescent lamps with LED and OLED lighting products by 2030. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said that although fluorescent lamps for general lighting have more advantages in short-term economic benefits at this stage, the products have great limitations in the future development. In contrast, LED lighting has developed rapidly in recent years, and the cost of products has also driven the price of finished products to drop. Therefore, it is still promising to replace traditional lighting products. According to the Japanese Machinery Industry Association, in 2030, the penetration rate of LED and OLED lighting in Japanese indoor lighting will reach, and the power consumption will account for of the total lighting power consumption, in terms of energy conservation and carbon reduction benefits, 18. 7 billion kilowatt-hours of energy or 7 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions will be saved each year. According to data from the World Resources Research Institute of the International Energy Agency, Japan's per capita energy consumption is among the best in the world, which also means that Japan still has great potential to improve its energy utilization rate. Japan itself is not rich in resources, improving energy utilization rate is also a requirement for sustainable development.
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