China will ban in October this year, more than 100 watt incandescent lamp
Release time2009-08-24 13:36:27     Browsing times1074
The national development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Commerce, the General Administration of customs, the State Administration for Industry and commerce, the State Quality Inspection Administration jointly issued the " on the gradual ban on imports and sales of ordinary incandescent lighting notice ". " Announcement " decides to rise from October 1, 2012, according to the power size gradually ban the import and sale of ordinary incandescent lighting.
Reportedly, China lighting electricity occupies whole society uses n 12% the left and right sides, using efficient lighting products to replace the incandescent lamp, energy saving and emission reduction potential is tremendous. Phasing out the incandescent lamp, for the promotion of China's lighting industry structure is optimized upgrade, promote the realization of " Twelfth Five-Year Plan " energy-saving emission reduction targets and tasks, actively respond to global climate change has important significance.
" Notice " clear China to phase out incandescent light route map is divided into five stages:
From November 1, 2011 to September 30, 2012 for the transition period;
October 1, 2012 bans the import and sale of 100 tile and above ordinary incandescent lighting;
October 1, 2014 bans the import and sale of 60 tile and above ordinary incandescent lighting;
From October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016 for the mid-term evaluation period;
October 1, 2016 bans the import and sale of 15 tile and above ordinary incandescent lighting, or as the interim evaluation results are adjusted.
The NDRC said, through the implementation of the road map, will effectively promote China lighting electrical industry health development, obtain good effect of energy saving and emission reduction, is expected to add lighting electrical industry output value of about 8000000000 yuan ( RMB), new employment to about 15000, row adult saving 48000000000 kwh, annual capacity of 48000000 tons of CO2 emission reduction.