Rural areas to get 600 million LED bulbs at ₹10 apiece without govt subsidy
- Under the new Gram UJALA scheme, carbon credit revenue to contribute ₹60 per LED bulb piece
- The Gram UJALA scheme will also help improve energy access in rural areas
NEW DELHI: India’s Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) plans to offer 600 million LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs in rural areas at ₹10 per piece, without any government support or subsidy, according to a top executive at the state-run firm.
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