LED light bulbs expected to exceed 1.5 million units in Taiwan for 2012
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In 2012, the demand in Taiwan for LED light bulbs has been increasing very quickly however, the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has reported that some manufacturers labels can differ by 20 percent from their actual output.

Due to recent requests from the Bureau of Energy, the ITRI has been working on designing energy-saving labels which will adopt some of the highest standards in the industry. The new labels are likely to create some waves in the market however, reports indicate that it is a necessary step in correctly reflecting product values.

The ITRI indicated that after gathering suggestions from the industry, proposals will be sent to appropriate committees in the Bureau of Energy and it expect the details to be announced in January 2013. Additionally the ITRI also plans to announce the LED light bulb brands that passed the standards at end of first-quarter to second-quarter 2013.

According to estimates by industry sources, the LED light bulb demand is expected to exceed 1,500,000 units in Taiwan…………… continues on Examiner.com

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