Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme of India Tracker [Apr 2018]

Last Modified: Mon Jan 06 2020 10:00:44 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 29,53,64,025
    total LEDs distributed as on last date of update.
  • INR 15,343 crore
    cost savings per year. (equivalent to $2,364 million)
  • 3,10,70,012 tonnes
    reduction in carbon emission per year!
  • 38,358 GWh
    of energy is saved each year.
  • 7,679 MW
    reduction in power during peak hours - equivalent to average capacity of 30 coal-fired power plants in India. (Average capacity ~ 250 MW).
  • 2,16,84,540
    bulbs replaced in Andhra Pradesh. Scheme is now closed in the state.
  • 16,98,546
    bulbs replaced in Assam.
  • 1,44,15,895
    bulbs replaced in Bihar.
  • 87,78,984
    bulbs replaced in Chhattisgarh.
  • 1,35,667
    bulbs replaced in Dadra,& Nagar Haveli.
  • 1,35,924
    bulbs replaced in Daman & Diu
  • 1,17,19,418
    bulbs replaced in Delhi.
  • 8,20,333
    bulbs replaced in Goa.
  • 3,67,36,304
    bulbs replaced in Gujarat.
  • 1,30,31,308
    bulbs replaced in Haryana.
  • 76,24,432
    bulbs replaced in Himachal Pradesh.
  • 77,04,450
    bulbs replaced in Jammu & Kashmir.
  • 1,04,86,230
    bulbs replaced in Jharkhand.
  • 1,63,72,187
    bulbs replaced in Karnataka.
  • 1,23,45,590
    bulbs replaced in Kerala. The scheme is closed in the state.
  • 1,00,000
    bulbs replaced in Lakshwadeep. The scheme is closed in the state.
  • 1,44,19,373
    bulbs replaced in Madhya Pradesh.
  • 2,13,18,862
    bulbs replaced in Maharashtra.
  • 2,64,953
    bulbs replaced in Meghalaya.
  • 5,37,589
    bulbs replaced in Mizoram.
  • 1,10,45,526
    bulbs replaced in Odisha.
  • 6,09,251
    bulbs replaced in Puducherry
  • 1,91,847
    bulbs replaced in Punjab.
  • 1,35,12,962
    bulbs replaced in Rajasthan.
  • 5,96,773
    bulbs replaced in Tamil Nadu.
  • 13,75,892
    bulbs replaced in Telangana.
  • 5,71,570
    bulbs replaced in Tripura.
  • 2,03,50,867
    Bulbs replaced in Uttar Pradesh.
  • 39,56,529
    bulbs replaced in Uttarakhand.
  • 57,45,832
    bulbs replaced in West Bengal.