Various Countries Lighting Product Markets Reviewed in New Global Report Package Published at

29 Nov 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Various Countries Lighting Product Markets Reviewed in New Global Report Package Published at

LONDON – Global population growth and urbanization are increasing the overall demand for lighting products. Resource scarcity and climate change concerns are driving the industry trend towards more energy efficient lighting technologies. This is being accelerated by government regulation on energy efficiency around the globe. China will account for one-third of all new demand, surpassing the US to become the largest market.

Lighting accounts for about 18% to 20% of total energy consumption globally; and about 27% to 30% of total energy consumed for domestic purposes.  Within the global lighting market, residential lighting accounts for 40% of the total market.

New research report package “Lighting Products - Global” developed by Global Research & Data Services incorporates 56 lighting product market analyses from different countries of the world. Each analysis gives an overview of the current situation, developments and future outlook of the lighting product market in the respective country. Each review covers overall market value and volume for lighting products, market value and volume for lighting product by type (arc-lamps, chandeliers, discharge lamps, filament lamps, illuminated signs, non-electrical lighting products, portable battery lamps, sealed beam lamp units, other lighting products). Market forecasts up to 2016, overall country overview, macroeconomic and key business performance indicators in each reviewed country are also featured.

Report Package Details:

Title: Lighting Products - Global
Published: January, 2012
Price: US$ 25,211.00

Reports Examining Lighting Product Markets in Individual Countries are also Available:

More new market research reports and packages by the publisher can be found at Global Research & Data Services page.



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