LED Lighting Market Growth Statistics
An LED is a semiconductor electronic device that is used to light up rooms, walkways, highways, hallways and much, much more. There are many countries around the world that have had residences and commercial buildings transform from using incandescent lights to LEDs. Light emitting diodes (LEDs) last approximately 25x longer than incandescent lamps and use about 75% less energy. While incandescent lights burn hot and lose a lot of their energy in the form of heat, LEDs run a lot cooler.
In order to give you an idea of just how popular this lighting has become; we will show you some statistics that reflect LED popularity on a worldwide basis.
- It’s estimated that 61% of the lighting market on a global basis will be attributed to LEDs. At the same time, we can expect to see prices for this lighting to decrease due to an increase in the production of sapphire globally by various Asian countries. This will bring down the price of semiconductors very quickly.
- The market for LED lighting in North America is expected to reach $11.7 billion USD in 2020. In Europe the market outlook is also expected to be very high at $54 billion EUR.
- It’s estimated that the global market size for LEDs will reach approximately US$98.5 billion by 2023.
- By 2022, we can expect to see the North American LED market to reach approximately US$11.7 billion.
LED Lighting Applications
LEDs can be used for many different applications including backlighting for screens on mobile phones and televisions. They offer many different benefits, which include breakage resistance, the ability to keep light focused in a single direction and they can be made in a variety of different sizes ranging from large to compact. Since LEDs can focus light in a single direction, diffusers that trap light and reflectors are no longer needed.
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