The Centre has put in place an enabling legal, regulatory and policy framework to promote market-based energy efficiency in the country and the focus now is on implementing schemes aimed at reducing the energy intensity of the economy.

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: After homes, incandescent bulbs are to be shooed out from the streets also. Decision is now awaited on a scheme for replacing incandescent bulbs used in streetlights with Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs).

Expert committee report by Ministry of Power on Economics of LED lighting in India. Identifies major barriers to LEDs penetration and details the road map to be taken up at policy & action levels to accelerate it.

This study analyses the impact of policies aimed at phasing out incandescent lighting. It reviews the historic international screw-based lamp market, describes the status of international phase-out policies and presents projections of anticipated market responses to regulatory requirements to determine future demand for CFLs.

MUMBAI: The Centre's Bachat Lamp Yojana scheme, which was set to take off in January 2009, has failed to make any headway even after a year since its inception.

TIRUCHI: In an effort to save electrical energy, the Railway Board has initiated free distribution of 14 watts / 20 watts compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) to replace 60 watts / 100 watts incandescent (IC) lamps in all railway quarters under the

The Public Interest Litigation (PIL) regarding purchase of Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL) by the Electricity Department has been dismissed by the Bombay High Court at Goa.

The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has decided to replace all existing bulbs and lamps across various municipal buildings with energy-efficient T-5 lamps and CFL lights.

The decision has been taken in accordance with the Energy Conservation Act (2001), MCD standing committee chairperson R K Singhal said. The civic body will take up the project in two phases at a cost of Rs 2.6 crore.

NEW DELHI: The Municipal Corporation of Delhi will soon be replacing incandescent bulbs and lamps in all municipal buildings in the city with energy efficient CFL bulbs to conserve electricity.

A proposal in this regard was granted approval by the MCD Standing Committee on Wednesday.