Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) projects in the U.K.

Last Modified: Sun Nov 12 2017 00:05:55 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • £100 million
    Planned investment by EESL ($129 million) over the next three years in the U.K. toward various energy efficiency programs, according to a government email.
  • 13 May 2017
    Power, Coal and Mines Minister Piyush Goyal will formally announce plans during his London visit.
  • 500,000
    LEDs will be distributed in the U.K. through a pay-as-you-go model. EESL will take the help of its U.K. partner Cenergist Ltd., and target replacement of incandescent and halogen bulbs in social housing cooperatives with energy efficient LED lighting.
  • £30
    cost of each bulb that will be provided by EESL - a third cheaper than similar products sold in stores.
  • £6.8 million
    Cost of acquisition of two local operating companies running energy efficiency programs - this will enable EESL to bolster its U.K. expansion.
  • 7
    different projects of energy efficiency including a community centre, school, hospital and golf course have already been initiated.
  • £6.4 billion
    Value of U.K.'s energy efficiency services market which EESL hopes to capture a major share in.
  • $12 million
    Investment made by EPAL, a joint venture between Indian state-owned Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) and UK-based EnergyPro Limited (EP), in a previously announced and nearly completed advanced battery storage project in Ontario, Canada, known as Basin 1 & 2. The project will involve a partnership with leading battery storage solutions provider Leclanché. Agreement signed on 08 Nov 2017.