Besides the rising residential and non-residential construction, the U.S. lighting products market is immensely gaining from the high demand for retrofitting and renovation across existing U.S. households. According to Transparency Market Research (TMR), the U.S. lighting products market is poised to exhibit a CAGR of 5.0% between 2014 and 2024. At this pace, the market’s valuation will reach US$285.84 bn by 2024 from US$185.65 bn in 2015. By volume, the market stood at 3.86 bn units in 2015.
Recent technological advancements in lamps and bulbs aimed at providing improved energy efficiency have catapulted growth in this market. Not only in the household sector, but the demand for energy-efficient lighting fixtures and products is rising across industries. This has paved way for several market players to come at the fore. Therefore, the increasing demand for highly efficient bulbs with long life spans will aid in the expansion of the U.S. lighting products market.
While the declining construction activities could negatively impact the market, it is forecast to gain from the increasing investment in research and development to put renewable power to use.
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The U.S. lighting products market can be segmented on the basis of lighting fixture, application, standalone type, and retailer. Based on standalone type, T8 LED bulbs and tubes, LED bulbs and others are the key market segments. Of these, the LED tubes held above 23% of the market in 2015, while the others segment emerged dominant with a share of nearly 51%. However, the others segment is expected to lose is shares in the coming years on account of the declining adopting of incandescent bulbs and the correspondingly rising adoption of LED tubes and bulbs in the U.S. This trend is likely to become widespread across commercial as well as residential sectors thus fuelling opportunities for the lighting products manufacturers across the U.S.
Among the key application segments, comprising residential, commercial, industrial, and outdoor applications, the residential lighting segment emerged dominant. It held about 65% of the U.S. lighting products market in 2015. Besides this, the market is gaining traction from the increasing use of LEDs at outdoor places over the last few years. The advance lighting bulbs and lamps are increasingly installed across parking areas and for traffic lights in the country. These factors are indicative of positive run that the lighting products market is forecast to exhibit in the U.S. in the coming years.
Among the leading retailers, Home Depot held the dominant share of 19% in the U.S. lighting products market in 2015. Lowes followed closely, thus emerging as the second-lead with a share of approximately 17% in the overall market. According to TMR, companies such as Costco and Menards are forecast to exhibit considerable growth in the coming years on account of strong business policies aimed at maximizing their market share.