In various emerging markets such as India, Russia, Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand), Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia) and Australia, LED outdoor lighting related policies and replacement projects are getting more and more attention. In addition, major cities in Australia, Argentina, Colombia and India have launched LED street lighting installation projects.
Looking at the North American market, by the end of 2013, more than 600 cities in the United States had or are planning to install LED street lights. The city has planned to replace the city’s 250,000 street lights in 2017. In addition, most of Canada's provinces and cities are also actively carrying out LED streetlight reloading plans or launching rejuvenation incentive plans.
The European lighting market is also more than satisfactory. European LED street lamps are less sensitive to price than other regions, but the quality requirements are quite stringent.
The longer-term goal of the Japanese government is related to the lighting engineering and infrastructure related to the 2020 Olympics. It is now possible to see that the related construction industry has officially started construction and plans to introduce LED lighting and OLED lighting to attract international attention. In addition, the signing of the "International Mercury Convention" will also bring new opportunities for LED lighting.