Mahindra & Mahindra and Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) collaborate for a LED replacement programme with energy efficient alternatives across M&M’s 18 manufacturing facilities in India. Mahindra has spent Rs 16 crore towards this project.
EESL, the company under the ministry of power that aims to implement world’s largest energy efficient portfolio in the country will be providing technical assistance, cost efficient procurement and project management services for the project.
“This partnership marks a very significant step towards promoting energy efficient lifestyle among corporates and large facilities in India,” MD of EESL, Saurabh Kumar said in a release. Read More…
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