Taiwan LED Makers Move to Deploy Operations in China’s LED Lighting Market

Taiwanese LED makers have hailed huge growth potential for LED lightings, as the Chinese government banning imports and sales of 100W-and-above incandescent lamps in the country starting on October 1, 2012.

According to official statistics, China’s attempts to impose restrictions on use of incandescent lamps make sense, given the fact that such comparatively inefficient lightings consumed 12% of the total electricity used for general lighting in the country in 2010, when domestic sales and output totaled 1.07 billion and 3.85 billion units, respectively. Chinese officials assessed that if all incandescent lamps used in the country are replaced by energy-saving lightings, about 48 billion kilowatts of electricity will be saved, representing a reduction of 48 million metric tons on carbon dioxide emission.

As a result, eyeing considerable business chances brought by China’s policy, some Taiwanese LED makers have moved to deploy operations in the country since 2011. Expistar already joined hands with Lite-On Technology Corp. and a Chinese household appliance supplier, Konka Group, to set up a joint venture engaged in production of LED lightings in China in September 2011.

Lite-On has built an integrated supply chain of LED lightings in Changzhou, Jiangsu, while Taiwan’s biggest LED packager and tester, Everlight has also established new factories and expanded outlets to promote its LED lightings under own brand, Everlight, in the country.

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