Energy-efficient Lighting Technology Market is expected to reach value of US$ 29,712.6 Mn by 2026

Mandatory lighting efficiency standards to drive the global energy-efficient lighting technology market

In order to reduce CO2 emissions and address the issue of global warming, governments have set new green building policies and mandates. These policies are expected to encourage building owners, managers, and occupants to examine their existing lighting systems and practices and opt for efficient lighting systems. According to Energy Saving Trust Organization, from September 2018, all traditional incandescent bulbs have been banned in the European Union to switch toward the energy-efficient lighting technology. Similarly, from 1st January 2018, California mandated that light bulbs should meet a minimum efficiency level of 45 LPW. In other words, they must be three times more energy-efficient than old incandescent bulbs. The Government of California is also offering credit schemes and subsidies for efficient lighting systems to increase their sale.

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Global Energy-efficient Lighting Technology Market: Scope of Report

Based on product sale, the global energy-efficient lighting technology market has been broadly segmented into new installation and replacement. Among these, the replacement segment held the maximum market share in 2017. However, long life span of energy-efficient lighting products is leading to long replacement cycles. Hence, market share of the replacement segment is expected to decline, both in terms of volume and revenue, by the end of the forecast period. Thus, the new installation segment is expected to lead the energy-efficient lighting technology market by 2026.

The market for energy-efficient lighting technology has also been classified based on product type, center CCT, and application. Among product types, LED is expected to be the most promising segment, especially after 2020, owing to rapid decline in prices of LEDs. Furthermore, 2700K and 3000K is expected to be a highly lucrative center CCT segment during the forecast period. The 2700K and 3000K range is suitable for use in a wide range of residential applications and several commercial applications such as restaurants and retail stores.