Take a look at the first LED Village of Gujarat, which has become a model for other villages.
Lots of projects has been initiated by government, Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and NGOs to promote energy efficient LED Lights. BEE nationwide LED village campaign has replaced the existing incandescent bulbs with LEDs in many villages and converted them into a LED village. A total of 27 villages will get benefited from LED village campaign. The latest village that completely illuminated with LED lights is Amrapura. Amrapura LED village project is implemented by Gujarat Energy Development Agency (GEDA) and jointly funded by BEE.
Amrapura village of Mansa taluka is the first LED Village of Gujarat. The modern village of developing India has become a model for other villages. Now in Amrapura, you can find LED lights everywhere: 285 households, 9 community places and Street. 1000 LED Bulbs (9W), 350 LED Tubelights (14W) and 55 LED Street Lights (18W) are used in the project.
Each home owner has given 2 LED Lamps and 1 LED Tubelight to reduce electric expense per home.
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Check out different type of LED light to light-up your home, office, garden and car with eco-friendly and durable LED candles, bulbs, high bay light, tubes etc.
Light Emitting Diodes are not only useful to decorate your home with small glittering lights or your vehicle to give extra gorgeous look, but they are also emerging out as a reliable and eco-friendly lighting solution. From the long time of innovations, LED has advanced it self in different way to rack up needs of every customer of every era. Different kind of LED bulbs are available in market that satisfies need of everyone. If you want to focus on some corners of your home, want a plane light or light that give delicate look to your home; all kind of lighting wishes are easy to fulfill with new age LED light products. Check out different type of LED lights based on need of customers. Continue reading Types of LED Lights available for different Applications
India to shine bright with LED lights! The government has decided to swap all streetlights across the country to more energy-efficient and eco-friendly LED lights.
The Government of India has taken an initiative towards creating a brighter and greener future with LED lights. The Union ministry of urban development has ordered the state governments throughout the country to replace all the street lights with LED fixtures, which gives better illumination with less energy consumption. In India, there are about 27.5 million streetlights and converting all of these to LED would indeed save a massive amount of electricity. In fact, with this initiative the country is expected to slash more than 5000 MW of electricity consumption over a period of 3 years!
The decision to bring this initiative came following the release of a survey conducted by Bureau of Energy efficiency (BEE) on the street lights of India. According to this survey, over 80 percent of street lights in the country were installed in a dangerous manner without taking into consideration the pole distance, type & height of luminaire, and other important factors. The survey thus revealed that not only lighting but each and every aspect of street lights need to be overhauled. Continue reading Indian Govt to change street lighting in India to LED lights
We all just talk about to take step forward for the use of eco-friendly energy in our life, but authority of Ludhiana Railway Station has taken one step ahead as it has started making use of the eco-friendly energy option at Ludhiana railway station in the form of solar light emitting diode (LED) lamps. It is the big step towards the use of eco-friendly energy sources rather than traditional sources. In the starting phase, this LED lamps are placed at three different places of Ludhiana railway station.
First lamp is placed at the railway station’s back gate towards Guru Nanak Stadium, second one is placed near to the police security post and third one is situated at Railways Hospital just near to the back gate. Right now, these lamps are working without any problem. Continue reading Ludhiana Railway Station goes eco-friendly with solar LED lights