Japan intends to phase out incandescent and fluorescent lamps in 2020
The Japanese government intends to ban the production and import of energy after a large incandescent and fluorescent lamps in 2020, this movement aimed at popularization of more energy-efficient LED lights.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will announce this energy-saving measures in the financial sector on the 26th "official public dialogue." Reported that the twenty-first United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) will be held in Paris later this month, this time to introduce the measure aims to demonstrate that Japan is developing specific measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Japan's energy performance lighting equipment will be more strictly limited, if not meet the relevant criteria, we will not carry out production and imports. The traditional incandescent and fluorescent lamps and LED lights will be difficult to achieve the same energy level, so the move will actually ban the use of incandescent and fluorescent lamps.