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    • Get more info on this report!LED and Energy Efficient Lighting Worldwide Markets: Indoor, Outdoor,Residential, CommercialAugust 1, 2010The lighting industry is abuzz with new technologies to meet energy savingsrequirements. Compact fluorescent lights, CFLs, light emitting diodes, LEDs, andorganic light emitting diodes, OLEDs, are becoming familiar terms.The CFL was expected to become the dominant provider of residential generalillumination. But the success of the CFL is also its failure. Its longer life has cut into itsown sales. These sales are misleading as they were initially heavily subsidized bygovernments. The initial quality of CFLs produced were poor resulting in less thanexpected net savings. The EPA warnings about how to contain a broken CFL were suchthat families with small children would think twice before installing one. Recyclability ofthe CFL has not really been addressed in a uniform way. Therefore, the once incrediblewind-fall market, mandated by governments, may never be realized for CFLs. In fact USimports of CFLs rose from 144 million units in 2005 to 460 million units in 2007 (a 300%gain) but then fell to 317 million units in 2009.Cold cathode fluorescent lights (CCFLs) hidden behind LCD displays are beingreplaced. Light emitting diodes (LEDs), once limited to red, amber, and green havebloomed in white light. Advances are occurring almost daily in developing white LEDsthat are more naturally colored and brighter. The highest grades are called high-brights(HB-LEDs). HB-LEDs are moving in to take the lead as back-lighting agents leading tothinner, lighter, and brighter displays.Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) are formed from organic rather than inorganicmaterials and are printed rather than etched or layered on a semiconductor chip.Printing is an economical process but requires great control. So far OLEDs are stillwaiting for their big technological break-though but it’s only a matter of time.Quickly on the heels of the diodes are other more exotic technologies includingquantum dots and semi-micro-electro-mechanical systems (micro machines!).All of these competing technologies have advantages and disadvantages. As of now themarkets are wide open and can accommodate many participants. Because the entry
    • cost to some of these technologies is fairly low even small operators have chances tomake big profits. However, once a 15% reduction in energy is achieved advancedlighting controls, smart grids etc. will offer less savings.LED and Energy Efficient Lighting Worldwide Markets: Indoor, Outdoor, Residential,Commercial reviews these technologies and their applications in general illumination,illuminated signage, electronic displays and vehicular lighting applications.The report contains comprehensive data on the U.S. and international market forlighting elements of all types. Historic data goes back to 2005 while projections aremade though 2014. Data is presented on value and volume of shipments and estimatesmade of future market size for established and developing technologies. A key chapterdiscusses the many, many influences on the market and their interaction. The studyprofiles major marketers and companies to watch as this shakeout continues.Report MethodologyThe information in LED and Energy Efficient Lighting Worldwide Markets is based ondata from the US and foreign trade data, industry and university publications, interviewswith industry experts, along with information from several trade associations, the USDepartment of Energy, United Nations energy program information, business journals,company literature and websites, and research services such as Simmons MarketResearch Bureau.What You’ll Get in This ReportLED and Energy Efficient Lighting Worldwide Markets presents the market datagathered together from various government and private sources and weaves anunderstanding between the numbers. Reading this report and reviewing the datapresented will give the reader a sense of perspective and insight. Perspective on howwe got here and insight on how to use the information to your best advantage is offered.The big playing field of the lighting industry is characterized with 17 lighting industryprofiles. Over 100 figures and graphs portray data in a way that is conducive todiscerning the relationships between market facts.How You’ll Benefit from This ReportIf your company is already doing business in the lighting market, or is consideringmaking the leap, you will find this report invaluable, as it provides a comprehensivepackage of information and insight not offered in any other single source. You will gain athorough understanding of the current market for lamps and luminaries as well asprojected markets and trends through 2014.This report will help:
    • Marketing managers identify market opportunities and develop targeted promotion plans for luminaries, lamps, backlighting, and other lighting uses. Research and development professionals stay on top of competitor initiatives and explore demand for high tech, low energy lighting solutions.. Building designers will learn about lighting choices in the green building market as well as broadcast and studio designers. Comprehensive information is provided the effect of lighting components in the markets of home theatres, consumer electronics, and automotive. City planners and utility commissioners will receive timely information regarding energy efficient lighting choices and how they should and should not be promoted. The involved public will benefit from factual presentation of the advantages and disadvantages of competing lighting options and will be able to make informed local decisions as a result. Information and research center librarians provide market researchers, brand and product managers and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively. Table of ContentsChapter 1: Executive Summary Introduction to the Topic Figure 1-1: Pictorial Development of Lighting Market Data Methodology Terminology Table 1-1: Industry versus Common TerminologyThe Market Figure 1-2: World Lighting Market, 2005-2009 Figure 1-3: Indoor, Outdoor, Residential, Commercial World Market Segments Actual 2005- 2009(e) World Manufacturers Figure 1-4: Selected Exports of Incandescent Bulbs, 2005-2009 ($ millions) CFLs participation in the United States General Illumination Market
    • Figure 1-5: U.S. Imports of CFLs, Value and Volume, 2005-2009 General Illumination, Outdoor Figure 1-6: Worldwide Exports of Outdoor Lighting ($ millions) Illuminated Signage Figure 1-7: World Market for Illuminated Signs, Actual 2005-2009, Projected 2010-2014 Figure 1-8: U.S. Market for Illuminated Signs, Actual 2005-2009, Projected 2010-2014 Vehicular Lighting Figure 1-9: Worldwide Market for Vehicular Lighting, 2005-2009 Figure 1-10: U.S. Vehicular Lighting Systems Actual 2005-2009, Projected 2010-2014 Electronic Displays Figure 1-11: Market Share Backlighting Technologies for LCD-TV, 2009(e)-2015(p). Figure 1-12: World Market for LEDs ($ billions) Figure 1-13: LED World Markets, 2009 ($ millions) LED Price Points Figure 1-14: World High-power HB-LED Pricing Quarter 1 2008-Quarter 1 2010 Figure 1-15: Actual and Projected Markets for HB-LEDs through 2014 ($ billions) Figure 1-16: Effects of Stimulus Spending on White LED PricingMarket Trends Global Warming was the Initial Motivator Figure 1-17: U.S. Sources of Energy Used for Generation of Electricity, 2009 The CFL and the LED Trends in Roadway Lighting Trends in Vehicular Lighting Trends in Signage Trends in Electronic Displays
    • Government funding Corporate maneuveringsEmerging TechnologiesChapter 2: Overview Incandescent Fluorescent Electronic Circuitry Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) Figure 2-1: LED Diagram General Illumination Requires More of LEDs p-n Junctions Organic LEDs Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) Figure 2-2: Liquid Crystal Display Pixel Diagram Micro-electro-mechanical Systems (MEMS) Interferometer Modulation LED Backlighting Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFLs) LEDChapter 3: The Market Scope Figure 3-1: Energy Efficient Lighting Market Methodology and Data Presentation Notes
    • The World Lighting Market Figure 3-2: World Lighting Market, General Illumination and Other, 2005-2009(e) ($ billions) Figure 3-3: Indoor, Outdoor, Residential, Commercial World Market Segments Actual 2005- 2009(e) Lighting Market Segments Figure 3-4: World Exports by Lighting Market Segment, 2005-2009(e)General Illumination World Market Luminairesndoor Lighting, General Illumination Figure 3-5: World Indoor Lighting Market Exports by Light Component, 2005-2009(e) Figure 3-6: World Residential Lighting Market Exports by Component, 2005-2009(e) Figure 3-7: World Exports of Commercial and Industrial Lighting by Component, 2005-2009(e) Figure 3-8: Worldwide Exports of Other Incandescent, Non-Halogen Lighting, 2005-2009(e) ($ millions) Figure 3-9: Worldwide Exports of Indoor Halogen Lighting, 2005-2009 ($ millions) The Top Light Bulb Manufacturing Countries Figure 3-10: China Top World Exporter of General Illumination Goods, 2008 ($ billions) Figure 3-11: Top Importers of General Illumination Goods, 2008 Figure 3-12: Exports of Incandescent Bulbs by Selected Countries, 2005-2009 ($ millions) Figure 3-13: Exports of Fluorescent Bulbs by Selected Countries, 2005-2009 ($ millions) U.S. Indoor Lighting Market Figure 3-14: U.S. Numbers of General Illumination Light Sockets, 2009 (billion units) Figure 3-15: U.S. Production and Import of Light Bulbs, Incandescent and Fluorescent, 2005-2009 Figure 3-16: U.S. Imports of Indoor Lighting Bulbs, 2005—2009 ($ millions) Figure 3-17: U.S. Imports of Indoor Lighting Bulbs, 2005—2009 (units in millions) Figure 3-18: Distribution of U.S. Imported Bulbs by Value Projected U.S. Imports of Light Bulbs through 2014
    • Incandescent Light Bulbs Figure 3-19: Actual, 2005-2009, and Projected, 2010-2014, U.S. Import of General Use Incandescent Light Bulbs ($ millions) Compact Fluorescent Lamps Figure 3-20: U.S. Imports of CFLs, Projected 2005-2009 Halogen Lamps Figure 3-21: U.S. imports of Indoor Halogen Lamps, Actual 2005-2009, Projected 2010—2014 Figure 3-22: U.S. Imports of Fluorescent Tube Lamps (FTLs), Actual 2005-2009, Projected 2010-2014 Ballasts Figure 3-23: Comparison of Source of Imports of Ballast for Fluorescent Lighting, 2005 to 2009Outdoor Lighting, General Illumination Figure 3-24: Worldwide Exports of Outdoor Lighting, 2005-2009(e) ($ millions) HID Lighting Figure 3-25: Market Share of Top Five Discharge Lighting Exporters, 2005-2009(e) Roadway Lighting Figure 3-26: U.S. Outdoor General Illumination Distribution by Lamp type Figure 3-27: U.S. Imports of Outdoor Lighting 2005—2009 Signage and Advertising, Illuminated Displays Figure 3-28: World Market for Illuminated Signs, Large Displays, 2005-2009 ($ billions) Top Manufacturers of Illuminated Signs Figure 3-29: Top Worldwide Manufacturers of Illuminated Signs, 2009 ($ billions) Figure 3-30: World Market Exports in Illuminated Signage, 2005-2008 Figure 3-31: Shifts in Market Share by the Top Five Exporters of Illuminated Signage, 2005-2009 U.S. Illuminated Signs and Large Display Market Figure 3-32: U.S. Imports of Illuminated Signs, 2005-2009 ($ millions)
    • Figure 3-33: U.S. Exports of Illuminated Signs, Large Displays, 2005-2009 ($ millions) Digital Billboards Table 3-1: Digital Billboards Illuminated Sign Market Projections through 2014 Figure 3-34: World Market for Illuminated Signs, Actual 2005-2009, Projected 2010-2014 Figure 3-35: U.S. Market for Illuminated Signs, Actual 2005-2009, Projected 2010-2014Vehicular Lighting Systems World Market for Vehicle Lighting Figure 3-36: Exports of Automotive Parts and Accessories, 2008 by Country Vehicle Lighting Figure 3-37: Worldwide Market for Vehicular Lighting, 2005-2009 The U.S. Market for Vehicle Lighting Figure 3-38: U.S. Shipments of Vehicle Lighting Equipment, 2005-2009 ($ billions) Figure 3-39: U.S. Imports of Vehicle Lamps, 2005-2009 Figure 3-40: U.S. Exports of Sealed Beam Headlamps, 2005-2009 ($ millions) Figure 3-41: U.S. Exports of Sealed Beam Headlights for Vehicle, 2005-2009 (in millions of units and Average Selling price) U.S. Vehicular Lighting Systems Forecast to 2014 Figure 3-42: U.S. Vehicular Lighting Systems Actual 2005-2009, Projected 2010-2014Electronic Displays LED/OLED Systems Scope of LCD Backlighting Figure 3-43: Relationship of lighting and display technologies Back-lit Display Markets Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFLs) Figure 3-44: World Exports of CCFLs, 2005-2009(e)
    • Figure 3-45: World Imports of CCFLs, 2005-2009(e) LED Backlit-LCD Television Figure 3-46: Increase in Screen Size of Televisions Sold Worldwide Figure 3-47: Price Differential between CCFL and LED Backlighting for LCD TV, 1st Quarter, 2010 Figure 3-48: Market Share Backlighting Technologies for LCD-TV, 2009(e)—2015(p) 3D TV LED Backlighting market in Notebooks, Laptops, Hand-held Electronics Application Markets for OLEDs LED DriversWorld Market for LEDs Figure 3-49: World Market for LEDs, 2005-2009 ($ billions) Figure 3-50: LED World Markets, 2009 ($ millions) LED Fabs Figure 3-51: Nominal Country of Manufacture of LEDs, 2009 Figure 3-52: U.S. Imports of LEDs in and Average Selling Price in Cents per Unit, 2005-2009 ($ millions) Figure 3-53: U.S. Imports of LEDs by top three Countries of Origin, 2005-2009 ($ millions) Figure 3-54: U.S. Imports of LEDs in Billions of Units, 2005-2009(e) Figure 3-55: U.S. Exports of LEDs in units and Average Selling Price, 2005-2009(e) ($) LED Pricing Table 3-2: HB-LED Property Characteristics by Application Figure 3-56: World High-power HB-LED Pricing Quarter 1 2008-Quarter 1 2010 Figure 3-57: White LED Pricing in U.S. Dollars, Quarter 1 2008-2010 Figure 3-58: Actual and Projected Markets for LEDs through 2014 ($ billions)Market Findings Primary Findings
    • Secondary Findings Figure 3-59: Simplified Market Evaluation and Investment Decision PathwayChapter 4: Market Trends Initial Motivation Figure 4-1: Correlations between Longevity and Consumption of Electricity, 1975 and 2005 Conference in Kyoto Figure 4-2: U.S. Sources of Energy Used for Generation of Electricity, 2009 Table 4-1: DOE Requirements per EISA for General Service Incandescent Lamps, 2007Market Change Reaches Critical Mass Table 4-2: Steps Taken by Signers of the Kyoto Protocol (Annex I countries) World Economy U.S. Stimulus Figure 4-3: DOE Recovery Act Funding Figure 4-4: Recovery Act Authorization and Spending as of April 9, 2010 Table 4-3: Partial List of DOE Lighting Research Projects Table 4-4: DOE Funding of LED Research The “Green Market” Trend Trends in Indoor Lighting Figure 4-5: Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) over 10 Years of Single 100-W Light Bulb Compared to an equivalent 11-W LED Lamp, Lit 8 hrs/day Figure 4-6: Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) over 10 Years of Single 40-W Light Bulb Compared to an equivalent three 1-W LED Lamp, Lit 2 hrs/day Source: SBI Energy. LED bulb pricing from EcoLEDs™. Trends in Outdoor Lighting Roadway Lighting
    • Trends in Large Scale Outdoor Displays Digital Billboards Trends in Signage Street Furniture Trends in Electronics Smaller is Better Figure 4-7: U.S. Expenditures on High Definition Television, 2005-2010(e) ($ millions) Manufacturing Capacity Vehicular Lighting Figure 4-8: Comparison of U.S. Expenditures on Entertainment Electronics and Purchase of a New Car ($) Mergers and AcquisitionsChapter 5: Research Activities and Emerging Technologies Can Incandescent Light Bulbs be Energy Efficient? Effects and Efforts of the Big Three on Research Figure 5-1: Big Three Lighting Companies Participation in Semiconductors, Annual Sales ($ millions) LED Research: Improving Performance Creating White Light The Quest for Better Materials OLEDs Design of Luminaires Nanotechnology Daylighting and Smart Grids Lighting Controls EnOcean
    • Figure 5-2: EnOcean Diagram Smart Grid Research Groups Applied Transportation Research Vehicle Research Road Safety Studies Ambient Light TechnologiesChapter 6: Company Profiles Company Profiles Thousands of Companies Figure 6-1: Lighting Market Transactions Diagram Figure 6-2: Market Map Correlated to Producers Company ProfilesAXT Inc - LED Substrate Manufacturer Table 6-1: AXT Inc Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Performance Table 6-2: AXT Revenue by Product Q1 2010 compared to Q4 2009 ($ millions) Figure 6-3: AXT Revenue Sources by Product and Geographic Region Table 6-3: Financial Summary ($ millions) Figure 6-4: Five-year Stock Performance History, Mergers, and AcquisitionsCarmanah - Solar Powered LED Fixtures for Roadways and Landscaping Table 6-4: Carmanah Company Details
    • Products, Brands and Customers Table 6-5: Product Lines Performance Table 6-6: Financial Summary ($ millions) Figure 6-5: Five-year Stock Performance History, Mergers, and AcquisitionsCooper Lighting, LLC - a full service lighting and fixture company Table 6-7: Cooper Lighting, LLC Company Description Table 6-8: Cooper Lighting Brands Table 6-9: Financial Summary of Cooper Industries ($ millions) Table 6-10: Quarterly Performance Summary of Cooper Industries ($ millions) Figure 6-6: Five Year Stock Performance of Cooper Industries Cooper Lighting Performance Table 6-11: Cooper Industries plc Excess Fair Value of Reporting Units ($ millions) History, Mergers, and Acquisitions Cree-manufacturer of LEDs and LED Lamp Fixtures Table 6-12: Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Table 6-13: Cree Branded LED Lamps Performance Table 6-14: Financial Summary ($ millions) Table 6-15: Quarterly Performance Summary ($ millions) Figure 6-7: Five Year Stock Performance History, Mergers and AcquisitionsDaktronics - makers of digital billboards and signs
    • Table 6-16: Daktronics Company Description Products, Brands and Customers Performance Table 6-17: Financial Summary ($ millions) Table 6-18 Quarterly Performance Summary ($ millions) Figure 6-8: Five Year Stock Performance History, Mergers, and AcquisitionseMagin Corp - Manufactures OLEDs on silicon micro-displays Table 6-19: eMagin Company Description Products, Brands and Customers Performance Table 6-20: eMagin Financial Summary ($ millions) Figure 6-9: Five-year Stock PerformanceGeneral Electric - Edison’s Lighting Company Table 6-21: General Electric Company Description Products, Brands and Customers Performance Table 6-22: Financial Summary ($ millions) Figure 6-10: Five-year Stock PerformanceGrote Industries - Leading U.S. manufacturer of vehicle lighting Table 6-23: Grote Industries Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Performance History, Mergers, and AcquisitionsHella KGaA Hueck & Co-leading German vehicular lighting company
    • Table 6-24: Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Performance Figure 6-11: Sales, FY2004/2005-FY 2008/2009 History, Mergers, and Acquisitions Figure 6-12: Sales Distribution by Region FY 2008/2008Lamar Advertising Company - Leading outdoor advertising company Table 6-25: Lamar Advertising Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Table 6-26: Lamar Advertising Assets Performance Table 6-27: Financial Summary ($ millions) Table 6-28: Financial Summary Comparison Figure 6-13: Five Year Stock Performance History, Mergers, and Acquisitions Table 6-29: Acquisition and Organization Activity of Lamar AdvertisingLED Roadway Lighting Ltd. - Startup company making LED street lamps Table 6-30: LED Roadway Lighting Ltd Company Details Products, Brands and Customers PerformanceLG Display Co., Ltd - Large producer of flat-panel displays Table 6-31: LG Display Co., Ltd Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Performance Table 6-32: Financial Summary ($ millions)
    • Figure 6-14: Five Year Stock Performance History, Mergers, and Acquisitions Table 6-33: Subsidiaries of LG DisplayLighting Science Group Corp. - Maker of LEDs, and replacement lamps Table 6-34: Lighting Science Group Corp. Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Performance Table 6-35: Financial Summary ($ million) Figure 6-15: Five Year Stock Performance History, Mergers, and AcquisitionsNichia Corporation - LED maker Table 6-36: Nichia Corporation Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Performance History, Mergers, and AcquisitionsPhilips - World’s Largest Lighting Company Table 6-37: Philips Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Performance Table 6-38: Financial Summary (millions of Euros) History, Mergers, and AcquisitionsToyoda Gosei North America Corp - Vehicle Lighting Table 6-39: Toyoda Gosei North America Corp Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Table 6-40: Product lines
    • Performance Figure 6-16: Optoelectronics Business Unit, Net Income and Sales, Calendar Year, 20005-2009 Figure 6-17: Distribution of 2007 Sales by Product and Region Figure 6-18: Five Year Stock PerformanceUniversal Display Corp. - developer of LED and OLED technology Table 6-41: Universal Display Corp. Company Details Products, Brands and Customers Technology Licensing UniversalPHOLED™ Materials Technology Transfer Performance Table 6-42: Financial Summary ($ millions) Figure 6-19: Five Year PerformanceAppendix Table A-1: Selected terms Table A-2: Abbreviations and Acronyms Table A-3: Environmental Organizations Referenced in Report Table A-4: Companies Referenced in Report Available immediately for Online Download at http://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=2601061 US: 800.298.5699 UK +44.207.256.3920
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