Our major principal, LUMENS has been growing globally as a specialized LED manufacturer expediting the development of state-of-the-art LED packages and high-efficiency lighting products based on its accumulated technology and know-how in the field of LED light source for mobile and display.



The LED lighting industry has already experienced tremendous growth. LED lighting revenue climbed from $2.7 billion in 2008 to $9.4 billion in 2011. More LED lighting products are becoming mainstream and that is in part the impetus for the growth rate.

The rate at which we use energy now is unsustainable. And the energy conservation theme pervaded the discussion on the uptake of SSL along with the Green Energy.

The annual site energy savings due to the increased penetration of LED lighting is estimated to be approximately 300 terawatt-hours in 2030, the equivalent annual electrical output of about fifty 1,000-megawatt power plants. (Each power plant cost $1 Billion USD) At today's energy prices, that equates to approximately $30 billion of savings in 2030 alone.

Over the 20-year analysis period, spanning 2010–2030, the cumulative energy savings are estimated to total approximately 1,488 terawatt-hours, representing approximately $120 billion at today's energy prices. Assuming the electric power plant generating mix is held constant over the next two decades, these savings would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 246 million metric tons of carbon.

Assuming the same mix of generating power stations, these savings would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 31.4 million metric tons of carbon. The total electricity consumption for lighting would decrease by roughly 25 percent relative to a scenario with no solid-state lighting in the market—representing enough electricity to illuminate more than 95 million homes in the U.S. today.

In a nutshell, LED lighting will be the most important sector in the energy related market in the coming decade.


The key advantage of driverless AC direct chip that operate on AC is its inherent simplicity, reducing the need for complex drivers or power supplies. This makes LED lightings more robust and increases reliability. Operating on AC reduces space requirements as well as the thermal challenges.


Thermally conductive injection molding grade thermoplastic is ideal for manufacturing 3-dimensional, functional heat sink solutions. Historically, heat sinks have been 2-dimensional metallic add-ons requiring mechanical attachment and thermal coupling (interface material). Thermally conductive plastics represent the opportunity to design functional parts with heat management capability while eliminating many of the negative features of add-on metallic heat sinks.