32 million CFLs light up in the capital for a year saving 1.3 billion kWh

The “Beijing Green Lighting Project” was launched from 2005 to November 2010. It covers Beijing households in 16 districts and counties and two levels of public institutions in the urban area, with significant energy saving effects. According to calculations, 32 million energy-saving lamps can save 1.3 billion kWh of electricity a year, equivalent to 455,000 tons of standard coal.

In the promotion process of energy-saving lamps, each household purchases up to five “one-member energy-saving lamps”, and there are more than five members. Citizens can purchase energy-saving lamps at a discounted price of about 50% lower than the market price. At the same time, as a result of large-scale government promotion, public tendering and procurement have promoted the increase of manufacturers' production capacity. According to statistics, the output of incandescent lamps in China has doubled in the past two years, while the output of energy-saving lamps has increased 40 times. By selecting high-quality energy-saving lamp supply units, we have supported and encouraged the development of a number of energy-saving lamp supply companies that have taken the lead. The demand for large quantities of purchases also stimulated the energy enthusiasm of energy-saving lamp companies, and through the market's survival of the fittest, the market for energy-saving companies with mixed results has also been standardized.

Promotion of green lighting The households of nearly 5 million households in 16 districts and counties in Beijing purchased a "one-yuan energy-saving lamp";

Both Beijing and district government agencies use energy-saving lamps;

Energy-saving lamps have been replaced in public institutions such as Beijing, district, science, education, literature, public health, and sports;

The city’s Olympic contracted hotel hotels and key shopping malls have replaced energy-saving lamps;

In the 70 subway stations of the “Old Line” of Beijing Subway, the 114-kilometer tunnels on Lines 1, 2 and 13 and Batong Line all achieved green lighting.

After the renovation of 1263 public toilets in the Second Ring Road, all energy-saving lamps were used;

Nearly 300 old-age institutions in the city have all replaced high-efficiency lighting products;

More than 2,000 primary and secondary schools in the city have all replaced high-efficiency lighting sources, benefiting more than 1.2 million students and teachers.

Energy Saving Subsidy Policy The Municipal Development and Reform Commission has identified the green lighting project as a government-funded energy-saving project. It is included in the city's sub-project every year, and has invested a total of 330 million yuan over the past six years, including 160 million yuan in city finance guidance funds. For urban and rural households, the government subsidizes 90%, and the residents pay 10%; for shopping malls, hotels, and other major commercial users, the government subsidizes funds by 30%, and users self-raise 70%; for nearly 8 cities, nearly 900 suburbs In primary and secondary schools, the government subsidizes 60%, and each district self-raises 40%. For the more than 1,100 primary and secondary schools in the outer suburbs and the public institutions and pension institutions in the city, the funds required by the government are all resolved.

In the promotion process, recycling of waste light sources is encouraged and recycling is encouraged. On the one hand, the Municipal Development and Reform Commission formulates the "back-end subsidy" policy, which means that the government pays for the recycling and treatment expenses; on the other hand, it imposes mandatory recycling of used light sources on administrative agencies; it proposes recycling initiatives for residents' families and set up recycling bins in the promotion process.

Highlights of the Green Lighting Project 2005: Public toilets at municipal government offices, subway stations, and the Second Ring Road. 2006: 18 district and county schools in Beijing. 2007: Beijing Aged Care Service and Child Welfare Agency.

In 2008: the original Dongcheng District, the original Xicheng District, the original Chongwen District, the original Xuanwu District residents families and public institutions;

2009: Chaoyang District, Haidian District, Fengtai District, Tongzhou District, Shunyi District, residents' families and public institutions;

2010: Family and public institutions in Shijingshan District, Changping District, Daxing District, Fangshan District, Mentougou District, Pinggu District, Huairou District, Miyun County, and Yanqing County.