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European Energy Efficient Lighting Markets 2010

  • ID: 1206250
  • December 2009
  • Region: Europe
  • 124 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan

The energy efficient lighting market has undergone a period of rapid change in the last five years. The EU drive for greater energy efficiency has been the main driver for this with new legislation and public pressure causing the lamps market to move towards more energy efficient units. The research analyses in depth the major geographical hotspots like the UK and Italy and looks deeper into each of the major energy efficient lighting technology from CFLs and LEDs to Halogen lamps. The end user segments have also been analysed for each technology, from residential to commercial and public sectors. Competitive analysis has been done on each technology, with market shares of top competitors analysed and explained.

This Frost & Sullivan research service titled European Energy Efficient Lighting Markets provides an in-depth analysis of the competitive landscape while detailing key market and geographic trends. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following technologies: compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), light emitting diodes (LEDs) and halogen lamps. Application sectors covered in this research include: commercial, residential, public READ MORE >

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1. Executive Summary
1.1. Market Segmentation and Definitions
1.2. Key Market Highlights
1.3. Forcefield Analysis
1.4. Growth Opportunities
1.5. Key Market Trends
1.6. Conclusions

2. Introduction
2.1. Market Overview
2.2. Types of Energy Efficient Lighting
2.3. Short Introduction on Each Type of Energy Efficient Lighting Technology
2.4. Market Maturity Analysis
2.5. Major Legislation Affecting the Market
2.6. Phase out of Inefficient Lighting
2.7. Top Market Challenges
2.8. Force Field Analysis of Drivers & Restraints
2.9. Market Drivers
2.10. Market Restraints
2.11. Revenue Forecasts
2.12. Revenue Split by Technology
2.13. Supply Chain Analysis
2.14. Relative Valuation Graph
2.15. Conclusions

3. Analysis of the European CFL Market
3.1. Market Overview
3.2. CFL Characteristics
3.3. Market Engineering Measurements
3.4. Challenges
3.5. Forcefield Analysis
3.6. Drivers
3.7. Restraints
3.8. Europe-wide Revenue Forecasts
3.9. Regional trends
a. Germany
b. UK
c. France
d. Italy
e. Spain
f. Benelux
g. Scandinavia
3.10. End User Trends
3.11. Technological Trends
3.12. Supply Chain Analysis
3.13. Competitive Trends
3.14. Relative Valuation Graph

4. Analysis of the European LED Market
4.1. Market Overview
4.2. LED Characteristics
4.3. Market Engineering Measurements
4.4. Challenges
4.5. Forcefield Analysis
4.6. Drivers
4.7. Restraints
4.8. Europe-wide Revenue Forecasts
4.9. Regional trends
a. Germany
b. UK
c. France
d. Italy
e. Spain
f. Benelux
g. Scandinavia
4.10. End User Trends
4.11. Technological Trends
4.12. Customised Vs. Non Customised LED Lighting
4.13. Supply Chain Analysis
4.14. Competitive Trends
4.15 Relative Valuation Graph

5. Analysis of the European Halogen Lamps Market
5.1. Market Overview
5.2. Halogen Lamp Characteristics
5.3. Market Engineering Measurements
5.4. Challenges
5.5. Forcefield Analysis
5.6. Drivers
5.7. Restraints
5.8. Europe-wide Revenue Forecasts
5.9. End User Trends
5.10. Technological Trends
5.11. Competitive Trends
5.12 Relative Valuation Graph

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