Posted November 11, 2019 09:18:22 LED lights are now cheaper to buy and more widespread than ever.

With manufacturers selling LEDs to a wider range of households, the trend has spread to other areas of the world as well.

LED lights have already been on sale in most countries around the world, and now the global trend is set to continue.

The LED lighting industry has seen record growth over the last two years, with the number of new LEDs on the market reaching 2.3 million in 2018.

The US led the world in 2017, with a total of 2.8 million.

However, the US was followed by Australia, China, Germany, Japan, the UK, Spain, and Sweden.

The United Kingdom also overtook Germany to become the second largest market for LEDs.

“The biggest growth area is in the US, and that’s really a big part of the reason for that,” said Paul Johnson, managing director at the Lighting Technology Group, a research firm.

“In the US there’s been an exponential increase in the use of LED bulbs, and then the UK has been very aggressive with its new mandate for LED lighting.”

While many are looking to LED lighting as the solution to our ageing infrastructure, others are keen to explore the technology’s potential as a sustainable energy source.

This could be the perfect place for the world to start, with Australia’s National Energy Regulator (NER) announcing on Tuesday that the market for LED lights is set for an annual growth of 20 per cent from 2021 to 2030.

This would be the first time that the growth rate has been this fast in more than a decade.

“LED lighting is really changing the way we live in the 21st century, and it’s really changing how we power our cities and our economy,” Mr Johnson said.

“It’s really important that we understand what it is that makes this so compelling and that is really going to be the biggest driver of the growth in the next two years.”

A new generation of LED light The rise in interest in LED lighting has been driven by a number of factors.

First, the cost of LEDs has fallen significantly over the past two years.

This is in part due to lower prices on the black market, which is now less lucrative than the online market.

However it is also because of increased adoption of LED lighting by consumers, as people become more comfortable with the idea of using it in their homes.

The growing interest in lighting has also come about because of the increased availability of LED panels, which have become cheaper to produce.

Last year, manufacturers made almost 2.5 million LEDs for the first year of their market launch.

They are currently available for just $10 each.

“There’s been a very significant increase in demand over the years, and a significant increase of demand for these low-cost LEDs,” Mr O’Brien said.

These LEDs, which are typically produced in China, are now used in more homes than they were a year ago.

As a result, demand for LEDs has been on the rise.

“We’ve seen a significant number of households use these LEDs, and those households are getting into the LED market, particularly in the residential markets,” Mr Evans said.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) says that the industry is seeing the biggest increase in use in the capital cities, such as Melbourne and Sydney.

“As a result of this, demand is continuing to grow at an annualised rate of around 25 per cent year-on-year,” AEMO chief executive Peter Kelly said.

Despite the rapid increase in adoption, Mr Kelly said that the sector has some room for growth.

“I think it’s safe to say that we’re going to see an increase in residential and commercial usage of LED in the coming years, which will have a significant impact on our electricity supply,” he said.