Outdoor Lighting Market Size, Share, Latest Trends, COVID-19 Impacts and Growth Forecast Report, 2030

Asia-Pacific accounted for the largest share in the outdoor lighting market in 2020. This is mainly ascribed to the increasing number of smart city projects and growing government initiatives for the replacement of street halogen lights with LED lights in the region.

The rising traffic has been a significant reason pushing the development of streets and highways. It is being driven by the increasing number of passenger and commercial vehicles and the growing urbanization rate. For reducing traffic jams, the government of different countries, such as China, India, and the U.S., is coming up with multiple initiatives, such as investing in road infrastructure development. The construction of tunnels, highways, and streets is incomplete without proper lighting. As a result, the global outdoor lighting market value will rise from $10,352.1 million in 2020 to $20,269.7 million by 2030, at a 7% compound annual growth rate.

Among the different types of lights available for outdoor purposes, LEDs remain the most popular, a situation that is unlikely to change in the coming years. These lights are widely being installed in stadia and on streets as they help in increasing energy savings and can offer effective use of light intensity control. LEDs consume almost 75% less energy than conventional incandescent bulbs and also last up to 25% longer. Moreover, as per the U.S. government, widespread LED usage in the country could save 569 TWh of electricity by 2035.

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Therefore, the streets category is predicted to grow massively within the application segment of the outdoor lighting market in the coming years. It will also be due to the development of smart cities, inclusive of high-quality roads and highways. Moreover, cities are fast replacing their conventional streetlights with LEDs, to save energy, reduce carbon emissions, control light intensity, and decrease maintenance costs. For instance, way back in 2017, South Delhi Municipal Corporation replaced 200,000 conventional street lamps with LEDs and launched the initiative to replace 75,000 more fixtures with energy-efficient variants.

Such replacement and new installation projects have been driving the demand for both fixtures and controls, of which fixtures witness the higher sale. Fixtures are the lights themselves and the enclosures wherein they are fixed or housed. Since most of the energy-efficient lights installed till now are conventional in the way that they are not integrated with smart controls, the demand for fixtures has been more than controls. But, with the growing awareness on smart lights as a way to further reduce energy consumption and bills, the demand for controls will surge rapidly in the near future.

Additionally, when segmented based on distribution channel, the direct sales bifurcation held the larger outdoor lighting market share in 2020. It was due to the increasing distribution of lighting products through direct sales for commercial areas, such as parking lots, bridges, highways, and airports. Since the products are required for these places in bulk and the projects are often initiated and funded by governments, lights and controls are bought directly from the manufacturer.

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Geographically, in 2020, APAC witnessed the highest rate of installation of all kinds of lights and controls in outdoor settings. It was due to the rapid deployment of smart LED lighting systems in this region, primarily due to the strong government support for saving energy. LEDs also offer a better lighting quality with lower power consumption. Even in the coming years, APAC is predicted to procure the largest number of lights for the outdoors, due to the increasing number of smart city projects in South Korea, China, and India.

Therefore, the growing adoption of energy-efficient outdoor lighting solutions globally will propel the demand for associated fixtures and controls in the coming years.

Outdoor Lighting Market Size Breakdown by Segments

By Lighting Type

High-Intensity Discharge (HID) Lights
Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Lights
Fluorescent Lights
Plasma Lamps

By Component

Fixture
Control

By Application

Streets
Highways
Parking Lots
Stadiums

By Distribution Channel

Direct Sale
Retail

By Region

North America
U.S.
Canada
Europe
U.K.
Germany
Italy
France
Spain
Asia-Pacific
China
India
Japan
South Korea
Australia
Latin America
Brazil
Mexico   
Middle East & Africa
Saudi Arabia
Turkey
U.A.E.
South Africa

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