eesl: eesl says it has distributed 15 crore led bulbs so far | pune news - times of india
Say it\'s already distributed 15 crore LEDs (LED)
Since the launch of the project, bulbs have been lighting Indian homes with cost-lost lighting solutions.
Inspired by the \"success\" of the current plan, EESL plans to launch LED tubelights soon.
EESL, a joint venture established by the Ministry of Electricity, has undertaken the task of distributing LED bulbs to all Indian families through affordable LED (UJALA)scheme.
So far, the agency has claimed to have covered about 5 crore families.
According to the census of 2011, there are more than 24 people.
There are 67 families in the country. Of these, 16.
According to census data, electricity is available to 59 crore families.
EESL said the project saved about RS 7990 a year for finance.
In addition, competitive bidding ensures that the price of the LED bulb itself drops to more than four from a year ago.
\"The failure rate of ujala led bulbs is only 0.
31%, \"said the company.
The LED bulb plan helps reduce CO2 emissions by 1, EESL said. 5 crore tonnes.
The Indian government has pledged to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by third by 2030.
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