Thursday, November 24, 2011

HomeLights will start looking in China Lighting Market

Recently, China government made an announcement of its three-step plan for phasing out energy-inefficient incandescent lamps. This action will be processed as follow:

• 100W and above – banned from October 1, 2012
• 60W and above – banned from October 1, 2014
• 15W and above – banned from October 1, 2016

As one of the major manufacturing country, the volume of incandescent bulb produced by China almost reached 4 billion units, and 30% was sold locally. Meanwhile, according to a recent report released, the lighting is responsible for 12 percent of electrical energy consumption in 2010.

Besides, it is said that Chinese government will give subsidies to LED products, to reach the goal of being a green country. After the success in Europe and USA, HomeLights is delighted to hear this favorable news and take China as the next destination of our portfolio of LED lighting market.

With 10 years’ study of Chinese Market, we believe China, the largest market on the planet, is a perfect stage for HomeLights LED lighting solutions. We can provide a variety of LED lighting ranges to meet the varied demand from Chinese market. HomeLights will always help you to enter LED market successfully.

o About HomeLights

Created in 2008, HomeLights Group is a global leader in LED (Light-Emitting Diode) lighting sources such as bulbs and spotlights. Headquartered in France, HomeLights has established subsidiaries in several countries in Europe. It’s Nantes (France) and Shanghai (China) Research, Development & Production centers create ever more innovative and efficient lighting products in compliance with the new European and worldwide standards. HomeLights products are available in various large food and DIY stores in Europe, Asia and Americas.

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