China will study the timetable for phasing out incandescent lamps

Xie Zhenhua disclosed the news at the national high-efficiency lighting product promotion work conference jointly held by the Ministry of Finance and the National Development and Reform Commission.

At this meeting, the Ministry of Finance and the National Development and Reform Commission deployed the first batch of 50 million high-efficiency lighting products with financial subsidies. In this regard, Xie Zhenhua said that vigorously promoting high-efficiency lighting products is an important measure to achieve China's “Eleventh Five-Year Plan” energy conservation and emission reduction targets. By 2010, China will promote 150 million high-efficiency lighting products through financial subsidies, which can save 29 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, equivalent to the construction of a thermal power plant with a capacity of 6 million kilowatts.

Xie Zhenhua said that vigorously promoting high-efficiency lighting products is also an urgent need to cope with global climate change. In a 2006 study by the International Energy Agency, if the incandescent lamps were phased out worldwide from now on, by the year 2030, the world would save 38% of the electricity used for lighting and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 16.6 billion tons. Last February, the Australian government first announced the ban on the use of incandescent lamps in the country by 2010, becoming the first country in the world to ban the use of traditional incandescent lamps. Subsequently, some OECD countries also joined the initiative to “disable incandescent lamps”.

Xie Zhenhua said that in the face of the global wave of eliminating incandescent lamps, the Chinese government and the United Nations Development Programme and the Global Environment Facility will cooperate to carry out the project of “phase out incandescent lamps and accelerate the promotion of energy-saving lamps” to support Chinese incandescent lamp manufacturers to convert energy-saving lamps.

Statistics show that in China, the penetration rate of energy-saving lamps is still low. The annual sales volume of incandescent lamps has reached 2 billion. The proportion of incandescent lamps used by small and medium-sized cities is generally over 50%, and the proportion of incandescent lamps in rural areas is even larger. At present, China's lighting electricity accounts for about 12% of the total electricity consumption of the whole society. Analysts pointed out that with the economic development and the improvement of people's living standards, China's lighting power consumption will further increase, and by promoting the use of high-efficiency lighting products, China's energy-saving potential will further increase.

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