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LEDs and the worldwide market for lighting fixtures

The sixth edition of the CSIL Research LEDs and the worldwide market for lighting fixtures is mainly based on around 300 interviews with manufacturers and retailers of lighting fixtures worldwide during the first half of 2015, plus statistical data and overall CSIL market knowledge in the lighting fixtures industry. The Report provides estimated data on consumption of total lighting fixtures and LED based lighting fixtures for the years 2009-2014 and forecasts for the years 2015-2019. A breakdown of LED lighting fixtures worldwide market is provided by segment (residential, commercial, industrial, outdoor lighting), by product (retrofit lamps, modules, tubes, stripes, floor and table lighting, downlights, panels, spot lights, hi-bays, step lighting and bollards, architectural projectors, pole mounted street lighting) and by application (Hospitality, Office, Retail, Industrial plants, Emergency, Healthcare, Architectural outdoor, Christmas, Streets and Galleries…). LED based lighting fixtures sales and related market shares are provided for the major companies operating in this market by considered countries. Short company profiles are also included. In the ranking there are both company using LEDs for some 15%-20% of their company turnover, and LED lighting specialists. Among the main players: Philips, Zumtobel, Eglo, iGuzzini, Osram in Europe; Varton, New light NLCO, Lighting Technologies in Russia; Acuity, Cooper, Philips in the Americas; Opple, Yaming-Shenan, NVC in China; Panasonic, Toshiba, Odelic in Japan; Havells, Crompton Greaves, Bajaj in India; Cooper, Philips, Osram in the Middle East and Africa; PSL Fiberli, Pelsan, LSP in Turkey. A section containing background technological information on LEDs is provided. An overview of OLED technology in the lighting fixtures market is included

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Paper provided by Centre for Industrial Studies (CSIL) in its series CSIL reports with number S52.

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Length: 164 pages
Date of creation: Sep 2015
Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s52
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