Cost-competitive Products to Redefine Global LED Lighting Market’s Growth

Published Date : May 16, 2016

ALBANY, New York, May 16, 2016 - has announced the addition of a report, titled “LED Lighting: Market Shares, Strategies, And Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 To 2020” report to its database. The detailed report contains data about the current state of the global LED lighting market. It studies the opportunities and the potential challenges faced by the market. The report helps readers discover trends in the global LED lighting market and identify the strategic consolidations shaping it. According to the report, the LED lighting market across the globe is poised to achieve notable growth as a rising number of buildings and communities implement LED lights, which are more cost efficient.

Incandescent filament bulbs are increasingly being replaced with LED lighting as it lasts longer, has lower cost of operation, and is much more energy efficient. LED lights are manufactured using semiconductor components. They emit less heat and are used extensively in industrial, residential, and commercial sectors. The global LED lighting market is growing at a fast pace due to the high efficiency offered by LED lights and the favorable regulations banning the use of incandescent bulbs. The growth is also due to the benefits that LED lightings offer, such as the extended time between bulb replacements and the use of these lights to achieve a near zero-maintenance lighting system. Moreover, LED lighting costs less than incandescent lights and can provide up to 50,000 hours of illumination by consuming just a fraction of the energy used by conventional incandescent bulbs.

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According to the report, Philips is trying to sell its lighting business and is set to focus on higher-margin activities. Philips, Samsung, and OSRAM have explored GaN on silicon technology. As the market shifts from conventional lighting system, it is expected to provide new opportunities for participants, thereby achieving rapid increase in the market share. This market shift has opened doors for new competitors and is expected to aid the vendors to move up the value chain to increase returns on investment. The trend of vendors competing with other LED lighting providers on the basis of product performance, efficacy, reliability, increased lumen output, and quality of light has increased competition. This has helped lower product cost with an acceptable level of quality LED lighting.

LED lighting vendors strive to offer products with lower total cost of ownership and enhanced product quality. LED lighting decreases labor costs related to replacing bulbs in commercial situations, thus resulting in higher adoption. The vendors with a broad product portfolio and proprietary technology and a unique product design approach have access to strong retail channels, which aids their ability to compete in the LED lighting market.

The report profiles some of the leading market players operating in the LED lighting industry such as Samsung, Solid State Lighting Systems, GE Lighting Solutions, Mitsubishi/Verbatim, Cree, Epistar, GYLED, Lighting Science Group, Everlight Electronics, Lite-On Technology/Ledtek, Osram/Sylvania, Philips, and Toshiba.

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