State-run Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) is aiming at distributing one crore LED bulbs and other energy saving appliances under UJALA scheme in Telangana State.
A solar bus — lit up with LED bulbs and complete with a refrigerator and an air conditioner — started a 20-day journey in the city today to demonstrate how solar power can run an entire household.
In a major move to conserve electricity using energy-efficient technology, Maharashtra government has mandated that all upcoming buildings in the state, be it a residential, commercial or industrial, will have to be fitted with energy-saver LED bulbs only.
Consumers would soon be able to buy energy efficient LED bulbs, tubelights and ceiling fans at petrol pumps at much lower retail rates.
The Centre plans to distribute three crore LED bulbs besides tubelights and fans under UJALA scheme in Tamil Nadu, EESL, the implementing agency, said today
State-run Energy Efficiency Services (EESL) plans to invest around Rs 200 crore to make nearly 1,500 buildings of the Public Works Department of the Maharashtra government energy efficient, a company official said.
Around 100 million incandescent and CFL bulbs in the United Kingdom will be replaced by LED bulbs of EESL by March 2019, Coal and Power Minister Piyush Goyal said today.
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) Managing Director Kulman Ghising on Tuesday defended the government decision to buy LED bulbs from India’s Energy Efficiency Service Limited (EESL)
The Energy Efficiency Service Limited (EESL) of India has said it will sell LED bulbs to the Nepal Electricity Authority at the rate of INR 65 (NRs 104) per bulb.
Progress On Renewable Energy, LED Bulbs and Rural Housing Gets A Pat From PM Modi At The Review Of Key Infrastructure Sectors
The Prime Minister called for establishment of some model solar cities, where the power requirement is fulfilled solely by solar energy. A similar effort, he said can be made to make certain localities kerosene-free.
Prime Minister, Narendra Modi on Monday reviewed progress of key infrastructure sectors including petroleum and natural gas, power, renewable energy and housing. The review meeting, which came soon after the review of connectivity-related infrastructure sectors in the last week of April, lasted for about three hours, and was attended by top officials from PMO, NITI Aayog and all infrastructure Ministries of the Government of India.