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Solar Street Lighting Market to Reach $10,805.3 Million By 2023

Published Date:   October 2017

Solar street lighting market is estimated to reach $10,805.3 million market size by 2023, P&S Intelligence

High demand for efficient and renewable source of lighting for streets, and increasing government support worldwide are the major factors responsible for significant growth in the global solar street lighting market, which is forecasted for 21.2% CAGR during 2017 - 2023.

Insights on market segments

As per the findings of the research, standalone type held larger share of solar street lighting market as compared to the on-grid type. The designers of these lights have been searching for more efficient and heat resistant design solutions for these lights. Rapid transformations taking place in the solar street lighting market have made these lights more user-friendly. Several design modifications have led to improvement in the working of standalone models, consequently making them more popular among buyers.

Among the various application areas of solar street lighting market, commercial application has been the largest contributor. whereas among the lighting types, LED lighting witnessed a significant growth rate of 40.6% during 2013 - 2016. In terms of volume sales, the global solar street lighting market will witness fastest growth in residential applications.

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Solar street lighting market to witness the fastest growth in MEA

Asia-Pacific has been the largest solar street lighting market, whereas MEA is expected to witness the fastest growth among all the regions. The fastest growth in MEA market can be attributed to increasing government support, constantly increasing energy costs, rise in demand of electricity, surging demand for renewable lighting sources, and increasing awareness amongst citizens about benefits associated with the use of solar street lighting over traditional lighting sources.

Due to the presence of harsh climatic conditions in MEA, the standalone lightings were more preferred and formed larger market as compared to on-grid. The World Bank and International Finance Corporation are collectively making efforts for upliftment of several countries in MEA by providing funds for developing the lighting and power industries and setting up solar street lights in these countries.

Increasing energy costs and government support key growth drivers

The surging urbanization in developing countries has been leading to the rise in demand for energy, and governments of various countries are supporting eco-friendly methods of producing energy. This is consequently driving the demand for solar street lights globally. The technology in solar street lights are continuously improving over the years, and are expected to make further advancements with supportive government regulations and product innovation.

Fragmented market structure

The global solar street lighting market is fragmented with small number of large players and large number of small regional players. Carmanah Technologies Corp. was the global market leader in this industry in 2016. Some of the other major companies operating in this market includes Koninklijke Philips N.V., Sunna Design, Omega Solar, Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd., Urja Global Ltd and Sokoyo Solar Group.

Solar Street Lighting Segmentation

By Lighting Type

  • CFL
  • LED

By Product Type

  • Standalone
  • On-grid

By Application

  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial

By Geography

  • North America
    • The U.S.
    • Canada
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Peru
    • Mexico
    • Rest of Latin America
  • Europe
    • Germany
    • The U.K.
    • France
    • Rest of Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • Indonesia
    • Australia
    • New Zealand
    • Malaysia
    • Thailand
    • Philippines
    • Rest of Asia-Pacific
  • Middle East & Africa
    • Nigeria
    • South Africa
    • Ghana
    • Kenya
    • Rest of Middle East & Africa