NFR Sets LED Lights Target

NFR Sets LED Lights Target

The Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) has set its target to replace the conventional lights in all its 534 stations with LED lights within March.

NFR chief public relations officer Pranav Jyoti Sharma on Wednesday said 100 per cent work on replacing conventional lights with LED lights have been completed in 101 stations and work was on to make rest of the stations fully LED-lit within the targeted period.

“It’s a huge initiative to provide energy-efficient lighting which will eventually greatly help in conservation of environment. This will lead to an annual saving of Rs 67 lakh per year in the energy bill of the railway,” he said. Read More…

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