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It is understood that Lu Fang, deputy director of the Project Office

Update:2018-06-23

It is understood that Lu Fang, deputy director of the Project Office of China's Development and Reform Commission, "phasing out incandescent lamps and accelerating the promotion of energy-saving lamps," has issued a report on the results of the promotion of efficient lighting products by the National Development and Reform Commission, summarizing the achievements and experiences in promoting efficient lighting products in China in recent years.

A number of work together to push green lighting

Promoting green lighting is an inevitable choice to promote energy conservation and Led tunnel light emission reduction and to address climate change. It is an objective requirement for the development of the lighting electrical appliance industry, and it is also a realistic requirement for improving the quality and level of lighting. Lu Fang said that in recent years, China has carried out many tasks to promote efficient lighting products. During the “Eleventh Five-Year Plan” period, the green lighting project was included in the ten key energy-saving projects, and the use of government investment to support efficient lighting production enterprises became bigger and stronger; financial subsidies to promote efficient lighting product policies, according to incomplete statistics, from 2008 to 2010, The central and local competent authorities at all levels accumulatively subsidized RMB 2.8 billion (hereinafter referred to as RMB), promoted 370 million high-efficiency lighting products, and achieved annual electricity savings of more than 8 billion kilowatt-hours; deepening international cooperation and accelerating the elimination of inefficient lighting products, 2009 In 2005, the National Development and Reform Commission, the United Nations Development Program, and the Global Environment Facility jointly launched the “China's phase-out of incandescent lamps and accelerated promotion of energy-saving lamps” cooperation projects. The Global Environment Facility has donated US$14 million to promote the healthy development of the semiconductor lighting energy-saving industry in 2009. Six ministries and commissions jointly issued the "Opinions on the development of semiconductor lighting energy-saving industry."

In the first year of the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan”, the promotion of high-efficiency lighting products continued: The state supported energy-saving lamp manufacturers to transform the production technology of low-mercury energy-saving lamps to support LED companies to increase their core competitiveness; and to promote the demonstration of semiconductor lighting applications. In the project, in different climatic conditions, 20 semiconductor indoor lighting application projects, 15 semiconductor street lamp application projects, and 15 semiconductor tunnel lamp application projects were selected for demonstration. The bid invitation list includes LED road/tunnel lights, LED downlights, and reflections. There are 28 types of self-ballasted LED lights, involving 28 companies. The bidding price of the winning bid companies is on average 40%Led garden light  lower than the retail price of the market; China has released the roadmap for phase-out of incandescent lamps and decided to start from October 1, 2012. Phased power levels gradually ban the import and sale of incandescent lamps for general lighting. Through the implementation of the roadmap, it will effectively promote the healthy development of China's lighting industry and achieve good energy-saving and emission-reduction effects. It is estimated that the output value of newly-added lighting appliances industry will be more than 8 billion yuan. RMB, about 15,000 new jobs, annual electricity savings of 48 billion kwh, and annual reduction of two The capability of carbon emissions of 48 million tons; in-depth development of international cooperation in green lighting, one is to promote the rational transformation of incandescent lighting companies, the second is to promote the application of efficient lighting products, the third is to improve the policy to phase out incandescent lamps and accelerate the promotion of energy-saving lamps Measures.