Civic body has decided to install LED streetlights at 148 points around Taj Mahal. According to civic body officials, all functional as well as non -functional old high-pressured sodium (HPS) or halogen streetlights in municipal wards around Taj Mahal will be replaced with energy-efficient LED bulbs.
The installation work will be done by Energy Efficient Service Limited (ESSL), a joint venture company of PSUs of Union ministry of power. Earlier this year, Agra Municipal Corporation had signed a contract with ESSL for installing LED streetlights in the city.
The LED lights will be equipped with smart sensors. As soon as intensity of light will start decreasing in the evening, the smart LEDs will automatically get switch on to spread milky illumination on streets of Tajganj locality. The entire work will be completed by January 10. Read More…
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