Reduced power demand has been an issue for some time in India and it has been blamed largely on financially challenged DISCOMs (utility companies). One of the most overlooked reasons is energy efficiency.
For India that for long struggled with electricity generation, moving to clean energy options at a nationwide level required an unprecedented approach and an unparalleled leadership.
Unnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for All (UJALA) scheme was launched here today by Punjab Assembly Speaker Rana K P Singh.
An estimated three crore plus energy efficient LED bulbs would be distributed in Tamil Nadu in another one year under the Centre’s UJALA scheme, a senior official of ESSL, the implementing agency, said here today.
Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) plans to start sale of LED bulbs via petrol pumps from UP and Maharashtra and would expand to other states later.
They may not be the showy buildings of Las Vegas, but the dhabasthat line the Delhi-Chandigarh highway catch the eye with their brightly illuminated strings of fairy lights and incandescent bulbs and tubelights that make geometric patterns.
25.01 Crore LED Bulbs Distributed Under UJALA; 26.90 Lakh LED Street Lights Installed In 25 States/UTs: Shri Piyush Goyal
Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal, New & Renewable Energy and Mines, Shri Piyush Goyal, in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today, informed the House that as on 12th July 2017
With the implementation of government’s UJALA programme in Arunachal Pradesh, the world’s largest non-subsidised LED bulb distribution programme is now being implemented across the country, EESL said today.
Unnat Jyoti Affordable LEDs for All (UJALA) scheme of the central government implemented by the Chandigarh administration is turning out to be a power-saver.
In yet another milestone, the government’s flagship scheme–Unnat Jeevan by Affordable LEDs and Appliances for all (UJALA) programme was launched in Punjab.