LIGHT Pakistan

 

Lighting that emits too much light or shines when and where it’s not needed is wasteful. Wasting energy has huge economic and environmental consequences. The Pakistani government might include financial incentives for LED lights and solar panels in its annual federal budget 2016 - 2017, as the government aims to slash energy consumption while turning to alternative energy sources, according to a report by local media Business Recorder. Globally, the LED lighting market is projected to grow 45% per year throughout 2020, and LED lights produced is expected to reach $63.1 billion from the existing $13.6 billion, the report added. The development in the lighting industry improved living comfort beyond the scope of basic illumination in Pakistan and worldwide. Put into perspective how lighting and its several applications influence our daily lives, the show makes business prospects. Encounter with the decision makers from the target market region with the hosted buyer program.

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