31 Aug '15, 1pm

India

India

The program is expected to target streetlights as well as residential consumers. Power distribution companies in various states would directly offer subsidies to consumers to purchase LED bulbs. Consumers will be offered LED bulbs at prices well below the market price. The financial cost of the subsidies would be borne by Energy Efficiency Services Limited, which would be subsequently paid from the financial savings realized by the distribution companies.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2015/08/31/india-replace-20-mill...

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