Indian cities’ huge energy savings from switching to LEDs

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Cities and municipalities across India are slashing their electricity usage and energy bills by switching traditional street lights to low carbon LEDs.

New data released by The Climate Group showed Haldia Development Authority in West Bengal (pictured) is saving around 70,000 KWh of electricity and more than $9,000 (£5,893) on its energy bills since installing LED street lights. Kolkata Municipal Corporation in West Bengal has also saved 52% of energy and the Thane Municipal Corporation in Maharashtra reported electricity savings of 47%.

via Indian cities’ huge energy savings from switching to LEDs | Energy Live News.

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