Street Lights in South Delhi to be Supplanted with LEDs

Street Lights in South Delhi to be Supplanted with LEDs


A strategic MoU has been inked between SDMC and Power Ministry’s Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL). Alarming to chop-off the prolonging emissions and power consumption – the partnership aims to supplant LEDs in the South Delhi Metropolitan Zones reducing street lighting power bills by 53.61% authorities said.

So far 62,000 street lights have been fitted with LEDs. “It will spare 5.4 crore units of power and a yearly reserve funds of Rs. 48.49 crore,” South Delhi Municipal Corporation Commissioner, Punit Goyal said while showing the budget plan of the urban body.

Substitution of different wellsprings of light like sodium lights with LEDs will likewise eliminate greenhouse gas emission.

“The undertaking will help in decreasing carbon dioxide emanations proportionate to 41,500 tons,” Goyal said.

All the two lakh of street lights in the metropolitan territories will be supplanted by LEDs. “Expense of the task will be borne by EESL” Power Minister added.

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