Japanese Government Recommends Popularization of LED Street Lights

According to a survey conducted by the Japanese production unit Techno Systems, in 2010, the three largest suppliers of LED bulbs in Japan and their market share were 27.8 per cent for Panasonic and 24.7 per cent for Toshiba lighting. As well as Sharp's 20.5 percent, these three major companies summed up the market share of LED bulbs in Japan by more than 70%.

According to the new electricity tariff classification system, the division of electricity costs for previous street lights and small-scale billboards is based on the minimum unit of 20 W. For example, when LED street lights with 5 W are introduced, the monthly electricity fee below 20 W is based on the fees charged by Tokyo Electric Power Company. It is ¥108, but if calculated by the new system, the electricity fee below 10W is only 75 yen. In the past, Okinawa power with a minimum of 40 W was also increased by 10 W to 20 W.

In recent days, in order to promote the popularization of LED street lamps, the Japanese government has adopted a new electricity tariff classification system proposed by ten power companies such as Tokyo Electric Power Co. This new power allocation system will be implemented starting from December 1, 2011, which will help reduce the cost of electricity payment after the introduction of LED street lights.

Now, Japan is the region that most actively introduces LED lighting. Whether it is a government unit or a general consumer, in the case of high rates of industrial electricity and household electricity, the follow-up effect of the 311 incident has led to the Japanese government’s The people are concentric and concentric and continue to move toward the goal of energy conservation. It is estimated that the government unit will also give subsidies to the government at an appropriate time to further advance.

The Japanese region will ban the production and use of incandescent light bulbs since 2012. Toshiba Lighting (Toshiba Lighting and Technology Corp.), Mitsubishi Electric OSRAM Ltd. and Panasonic and other lighting related businesses have said separately. Out of their own cooperation program.

Before 2010, Toshiba Lighting had already banned the production of E26 gold incandescent lamps. Mitsubishi OSRAM plans to ban the production of incandescent lamps with opaque lamp shells, transparent shells, and bulbs before 2012. Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd. directly increases the proportion of shipments of provincial electric lamps. In addition to the slow ban on the production of incandescent lamps, these Japanese lighting companies have also enthusiastically invested in LED lighting production.

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