The new round of industrial revolution must be the protagonist of the LED industry, LED curing, LED lighting and other applications have reached a mature stage. However, as a late show of the LED industry in China, there have been signs of blindly large-scale investment, and even local overheating has occurred. This factor is superimposed on the capital bottleneck faced by enterprises, which causes emerging industries to show that most of the core technologies are controlled by foreign companies. The development of an emerging industry is inseparable from the strong support of national policies. It is precisely because of the incalculable prospects of the LED industry in the future. Governments do not lose each other in policy support. Today, China’s LED industry has not achieved the expected results. The reason is extremely complicated.
粤ICP备12010857号-3 LAMPLIC TECHNOLOGY Copyright@2007-2010 All Rights Reserved. QQ：871173356
How does the government play a role in accelerating the development of the LED industry?
First of all, China's investment environment is prone to a government-led investment boom, which can be seen in the investment in photovoltaics and wind power.
Secondly, we can compare the development models of other countries. The core route of the United States is to “drive the market through technological breakthroughs and accelerate the penetration rate of the market”. By controlling the core technology and maintaining the profit flow of the market, it will obtain about 80% of the industrial profits. At this point, the United States coincides with Japan, the country with the largest LED production, and both choose to use basic technology as the focus of research and development. This is the most lacking attitude or development basis in China. Therefore, the Chinese government should increase investment in LED research and master the LED core technology.
Excluding the United States and Japan, South Korea is still another major competitor of China. A large number of domestic markets are the more consistent direction of China and South Korea. Obviously, South Korea has opened up the domestic market of LEDs through mobile phone backlights, which is better than China. . According to forecasts, China is a big country in the application of LED street lamps. If it is possible to open LED sales market with LED street lamps, it is also worth trying. It can even use semiconductor lighting as an entry point to overcome new-generation information technology such as semiconductor optoelectronic technology.
The forecast report shows that from 2010 to 2015, semiconductor lighting can achieve a total of 400 billion yuan in power saving in the field of special lighting. In 2008, the global LED street light shipments were 900,000 baht, and in 2010, this number is expected to exceed 2.3 million, and the penetration rate is expected to exceed 1%.
The government's pure macro-planning is far from enough. The South Korean government has chosen to join hands with banks to support large enterprises to form a foreign trade backbone and become the core force for the development of the entire industry. In comparison, although the local government in China has made great strides in the LED industry base, it is stretched out in the support of funds and the expansion of financing channels, and it is difficult to pave the way for the future development of the industry. Therefore, the current bottleneck of the LED industry needs to be solved.
Industrial policy brings opportunities to the LED industry