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India Airport Lighting Exchange, All with LED Lights

  • Author:Innotech
  • Source:Innolite
  • Release on:2018-03-20
According to Indian media reports, a few days ago, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) signed a memorandum of understanding with Energy Efficiency Services of India (EESL) to install filament LED bulbs energy saving in airports, buildings and facilities managed by AAI. Lights to replace the current traditional lamps. It is reported that AAI manages 98 domestic, 23 international and 8 customs airports in India.

The memorandum requires the use of agreed energy-saving dimmable LED light bulbs to replace traditional luminaires. According to the model of the ESCO, the first-phase investment will be completed first, and will be recovered on an annuity basis for a period of five years. The entire project is estimated to cost 2.441 billion rupees (approximately 238 million renminbi), and EESL will carry out a five-year warranty replacement.
All procurement, installation and maintenance of lighting equipment will be undertaken by EESL and AAI will not bear any cost burden. The project will be completed within four months from the date of signing the final energy efficiency agreement (EPA). On Monday, AAI stated in a statement: "AAI has completed the replacement of the first stage LED lamps at a cost of 1.6 billion rupees (approximately 156 million yuan) ... and will save about 1.4 billion rupees (approximately 1.37 million). Billion RMB. "This will bring huge energy and cost savings to the AAI airport.

AAI Chairman Guruprasad Mohapatra stated: “About 20% of the total electricity used in the airport is for lighting loads. Replacing existing lighting with Opal Plastic LED light bulbs by EESL will bring huge benefits to AAI, not only saving electricity, but also reducing energy costs. This memorandum of understanding will ensure the low cost of LED lights."
Prior to this, EESL was also responsible for a number of lighting projects in India's Railway Bureau, Metro Corporation and Central Public Works Department.