'Seven factors' help Russia's LED lighting market to explode
Affected by the economic slowdown, the demand for LED lighting in developed countries has slowed down. However, its export threshold is constantly increasing, and many foreign trade enterprises' overseas orders have dropped sharply.
Infrastructure investment in emerging markets has begun to heat up, and emerging markets such as Southeast Asia, Russia, and Africa have become new highlights of LED exports.
LED lights up the new Silk Road. Russia, as the trade distribution center of CIS countries, has a great radiation effect and is an important gateway for Chinese LED enterprises to enter the CIS and Eastern European markets.
According to data, in 2013, China's LED lighting products exported to Russia amounted to 2. 5%.
US $2. 7 billion, up 260 year-on-year, while exports in the first three quarters of 2014 were about 5.
9. 1 billion US dollars, an increase of 479 year-on-year, accounting for about of the total export value of LED lighting products in China, accounting for in 2013. 48 increased by 5. 52 percentage points.
At the same time, Russia is also the main destination of China's exports to BRICS countries, accounting for 74% of China's exports to BRICS countries. 5.
According to industry analysts, the rapid rise of the Russian lighting market in recent years is mainly affected by the following favorable factors: the five priorities of the 2020 strategy, and lighting is one of the five priorities of the 2020 strategy of the Russian Federation, because the energy consumption per unit of GDP in Russia is 2. 5% of the world average. 5 times, which is 3 times the energy consumption per unit of output value in Western Europe.
Excessive energy consumption per unit hinders the country's economic growth. The Russian government plans to reduce energy consumption per unit of output value by 40% from 2007 to 2020.
As early as 2009, Russia officially passed the energy efficiency law (
, The bill involves the related prohibition of general lighting, the guiding norms of lighting audit management, encourages the promotion of the contract energy performance model, and puts forward the energy saving target of 3 per year for national institutions, as well as an action plan to stimulate local production of LED lamps and light sources.
The law also mentioned that Russia plans to 2011-
In 2020, a total of 9. 3 billion US dollars was spent on modernizing lighting.
In addition to the above provisions, the energy efficiency law also puts forward specific performance objectives: first, the number of energy-efficient lamps used in state institutions increased from 91 million in 2011 to 1 in 2020. 0. 7 billion pieces;
Second, the proportion of lighting control systems installed in national institutions will be greater than 25;
Third, before 2016, T12 and T8 lamps will all be replaced with T5;
Fourth, the proportion of household use of CFL and LED lamps increased from 15 in 2011 to 83 in 2020;
Fifth, the proportion of high-efficiency and energy-saving street lamps will increase to 99 in 2020;
Sixth, the proportion of efficient and energy-saving industrial lighting will increase from 37 in 2011 to 73 in 2020.
The Russian government banned Bering in 2009 formulated the 'energy strategy to 2030', stipulating that the sale of incandescent lamps of 100 watts and above will be banned in January 1, 2011, and the sale of incandescent lamps of 75 watts and above will be banned in 2013, on 2014, incandescent lamps over 25 Watts will be taken from the shelves and the sentence of incandescent lamps will be pronounced.
Financial subsidies, the Russian Ministry of Economic Affairs issued a decree in 2008, aiming at the government and the city's lighting equipment procurement case, will support local LED manufacturers through bidding;
In the procurement case, LED lighting components need to account for 5% of the total.
Local manufacturers who have won the standard can enjoy 15 purchase price subsidies.
Later, the decree was amended in May 2014. Currently, manufacturers enjoying 15 price subsidies are extended to the Russian customs union including Belarus and Kazakhstan (
However, the scope of subsidies is limited to specific products, and the finished lighting products are not included.
The Russian lighting business consulting company is currently negotiating with the Ministry of Economic Affairs to include the finished lighting products in the scope of subsidies.
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This also makes Russia gradually reduce or even eliminate tariffs on related products.
Among them, the tariff on lamps will be reduced from 20 in 2013 to 15 in 2017; Light source products will be reduced from 19 to 10;
The tariff on LED lamps will be gradually abolished in 2015 from the current 10.
World Cup, with the success of the Sochi Winter Olympics, 2015-
On 2018, FINA World Swimming Championships, World Hockey Championships, FIFA World Cup, International Ice Hockey Championships and other major events will be held in Russia, greatly promote the implementation of LED energy-saving and environmental protection design and application projects of the local government.
In the advanced development zone plan, Russia is stepping up the construction of infrastructure projects. It is expected that by 2015-
In 2016, it allocated funds for the construction of infrastructure in the advanced development zone.
US $6. 9 billion focuses on the development of Russia's Far East, while Chinese investors may participate in the competition to formulate the plan for the Far East advanced development zone.
Before 2018, it invested 22 billion dollars to build high-speed railways nationwide, and the Moscow city center Loop project with a total investment of 8. 6 billion dollars.
Driven by these favorable factors, Russia's future lighting market prospects are promising. According to Russian consulting company LBC (
According to data, the size of the Russian lighting market in 2013 was 1. 9 billion US dollars.
The company expects that according to the current economic trend in Russia, the growth rate of its lighting market will be 2. 5% of that of the lighting market.
7 times, it will reach 3. 7 billion US dollars in 2020, accounting for about 5 of the LED lighting market share.