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India: 2019 or the world's first 100% LED light country

  • Author:Innotech
  • Source:Innotech
  • Release on :2018-10-10

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India's Minister of Electricity, Coal, New Energy and Renewable Energy Piyush Goyal said on Wednesday that by 2019, India could become the first country in the world to use only LED products for lighting needs. He said: "India will probably become the first country in the world to use LEDs for lighting needs by 2019."

Goyal made the remarks at a memorandum signing ceremony between India Energy Efficiency Services Ltd. (EESL) and three state-owned oil marketing companies (OMCs).

He said: "This will send a strong message to the world that India will fulfill its commitment and India is sensitive to the global efforts to address the adverse effects of climate change."

According to Goyal, the new partnership between EESL and the three OMCs will be a major factor in India's 100% reliance on LED lighting.


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The new partnership allows consumers to buy high-quality 9W LED bulbs at Rs 70 (about 7.3 RMB), 20W LED tubes at 220 rupees (about 23 RMB), and 5 stars (about 125 RMB) for five stars. Level ceiling fan.

So far, under the “Ujala” project, India has distributed more than 255 million rupees of LED bulbs, more than 306,000 LED tubes and about 1.15 million energy-saving fans.



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According to estimates by the Indian Ministry of Power, the project will save 334 billion kWh per year and reduce the total cost of consumers by 133.46 billion rupees.