over 5.15 crore households lighting homes with led bulbs
15 crore Indian families have benefited from Unnat Jyoti through affordable led (UJALA)programme.
So far, this has been widely accepted in rural and urban areas across the country, with more than 15.
45 crore LED bulbs have been distributed.
UJALA is the largest LEDs in the world (LED)
Housing sector programme.
The initiative is being implemented by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL)
The public sector of the Ministry of Electricity.
The plan is currently in place in 18 states and 4 coalition territories.
EESL will launch the program in West Bengal and the northeastern states in the coming days.
In the remaining states and coalition territories, the promotion decision of the program is pending by the state governments.
LED bulbs can be collected from designated distribution kiosks across the country and details can be found on www. ujala. gov. in.
LED bulbs sold under UJALA plan are 1 out of 3 of the market price, these quality bulbs also come with three
One year free warranty.
Under the UJALA program, consumers can get these LED bulbs in advance and save nearly Rs.
Each LED bulb has a electricity charge of £ 336 per year, making the bulb available to users free of charge in just 3 months.