The sun offers a limitless source of energy. In addition to traditional solar panel systems, there are also solar lamps that are powered by sunlight. The following two reports provide an in-depth analysis of the solar lamp market.
Also known as a solar lantern, a solar lamp is an outdoor lighting device that's characterized by a unique powering mechanism that uses sunlight. They typically feature small photovoltaic solar panels that collect and convert sunlight into energy. When sun beams down upon the panels, it excites the electrons within the panels' photovoltaic material, thereby creating electricity. This electricity is then sent to a battery where it's stored until the solar lamps are used.
Solar lamps aren't a new concept; they've actually been around for more than a half-century. Bell Labs is credited with inventing the world's first solar lamp in the mid-1950s. At the time, however, these lamps suffered from low efficiency and a short battery life. This ultimately hindered their ability to become a mainstream product -- at least until now. With modern advancements in solar technology, manufacturers can create high-quality solar lamps that are long-lasting, efficient and easy to use.
One of the greatest benefits of solar lamps is the simple fact that they don't require an electricity cable. Once installed in a landscape, they will automatically collect energy from the sun. Most solar lamps even turn on automatically when the sun goes down, making them ideal for outdoor living environments.
The Global Solar Lamps Market Research 2018 report by The Market Reports is a professional analysis of the global solar lamp market. Featuring 113 pages, it provides detailed insight into the market and where it's headed. Within this report, you'll find key data on the market's size, classifications, chain structure, growth drivers, challenges and more.
Some of the key solar lamp vendors profiled in this report include Philips, Brinkman, Gama Sonic, Westinghouse, Coleman Cable, Xepa, Nature Power, Eglo, D.Light, Omega Solar, Solar Street Lights Usa and others.
The Global Solar Energy Lamp Market Research report by The Market Reports is a second professional analysis of the global solar lamp market. This report covers much of the same information discussed in the previous report, though it's a bit longer at 123 pages. Nonetheless, both of these reports scrutinize the solar lamp market in great detail.
This report segments the global solar lamp market by several criteria. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and light-emitting diode (LED) lamps. On the basis of end-user application, the market is segmented into residential, commercial and industrial. Finally, the report segments the solar lamp market by geographic region, covering North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India.