Everlight’s CEO Expects LED lighting to Save Power

The issue of nuclear energy has been risen up after Japan disaster. Robert Yeh, C.E.O. of Everlight  has show his opinion at the seminar of “1st Economic&Trade between Shanghai and Taiwan”.

He indicated instead of building more power plants or looked for the new technology of power created, we should consider “saving power” .For example, if we used LED lights instead of the conventional lights, we can save 5.8 constructions of Sansia Dams in China. It can reduce the waste of the natural resources as well as the emission of CO2. Every country should take action on the issue of saving energy now, and LED lighting will be the most effective way to execute.

In Robert’s opinion, the standard of LED lighting should set up as quickly as possible to speed up the development of the LED lighting in China. Based on the signature of ECFA and the 12th five-year plan in China, he expected both of us could develop LED lighting from Asia to the world and built up the Chinese NO. 1 LED lighting brand.

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