The Border Security Force (BSF) which is currently replacing the sodium floodlights along the international border adjoining Pakistan will be saving 50 per cent by way of electricity bills.
The BSF is replacing the ordinary lights with the energy saving LED lamps that will cut down the energy consumption by 50 per cent.
Deputy Inspector General of BSF Ravi Ghandi said the floodlights replacements along the border of Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Ganganagar and Barmer in the first phase has already started and the floodlighting on the entire fenced borders of Rajasthan and Gujarat would be undertaken.In the first phase, the LEDs were fixed at a cost of Rs 45 lakh. Read More…
Credit By: DNA India
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