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Lighting fixtures - Kenya's hungry market demand

Abstract: Kenya is a typical developing country, a country with sufficient sunshine, and a country with serious power supply shortage. At present, the main lighting tool in the market is kerosene lamps

Kenya is a typical developing country, a country with sufficient sunshine, and a country with a serious shortage of power supply

75% of Kenya's population is engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry, and the electrification process in rural areas is slow. Many local farmers in Kenya can't afford electricity, or live in areas where electricity is not widely available, so many new energy companies aim at rural solar power warehouses in Kenya

Kenya changed it to 17 The time limit of the Mud Hydrometer power generation mode is set as 2017

the kerosene price is constantly loaded, and the load sensor on the actuator ensures the accuracy of the loading force value; The spindle mechanism is driven by the control Electromechanical, and the ball screw runs along the x-axis, and the displacement is controlled by the high-precision displacement measuring mechanism. The figure shows the development trend of the original oil price and the price of kerosene in highways and cities in Kenya from 2003 to 2010. Facing the rising price of kerosene year by year and the pollution brought by kerosene lamps, it is urgent to find environmentally friendly lighting fixtures

the use status of backward lamps

the most important kerosene lamps in the market at present, and the percentage of use

only 19% of Kenya's population uses electric lighting equipment

inspecting the damage and deformation of two materials of low-carbon cast iron means that 34million people still rely on polluting and dangerous lighting resources

about 90% of rural people in Africa have no power supply, and 75% of households in Kenya still use kerosene lamps

there are no street lights in the small streets of many cities. On September 1, 2009, the first phase of the EU ban on the elimination of incandescent lamps was officially implemented. In September 2012, incandescent lamps were phased out of the market. From September 1, 2009, the first phase of the EU ban on the elimination of incandescent lamps began to take effect. According to the EU timetable, incandescent lamps were phased out of the market by September 2012, which helped Chinese lighting enterprises stabilize the export market share of energy-saving lamps. There are various signs that the African lighting market is becoming a major export or investment destination for energy-saving lamps

Africa is committed to developing sustainable lighting schemes. Driven by the global low-carbon trend, the demand for LED lighting has increased year by year.

the market penetration of LED is low, and the prospect is very optimistic.

most Kenyans are unfamiliar with LED lights, and for those who have had a little contact with LED, the flashlight is the most they have heard of

the United Nations charity and development plan "lighting up Africa" aims to provide African users with energy-saving LED lighting fees

100000 sets of street lamps lighting up Africa

the United Nations charity and development plan for lighting up Africa aims to provide energy-saving LED lighting to African users. With the rapid development of modern cities in Africa, including the diversified LED lighting market in markets, stations, shopping malls and other places, As well as tourist attractions and holiday villa markets, there are new applications and market demands. Official account search led headlines

the Kenyan government promises that by 2025, electricity will cover 70% of the population

with the falling prices of LED lights, batteries and solar panels, coupled with the innovation of business plans, millions of households in Africa and other regions are likely to be able to give up kerosene lamps and incandescent lamps and use more advanced lighting fixtures

led is widely praised

1. 40% of users are satisfied with the quality of existing lighting equipment

2. Among all users of electric lamps, 77% of users who use steam lamps and 23% of users who use wind proof lamps are satisfied

3. 90% of businesses are very interested in LED lamps. Although the cost is higher, more users are willing to pay this cost in exchange for high-quality lighting lamps

what kind of products does Kenya need

products with low cost, basic lighting function, reliability, durability and simple operation

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