Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority has planned to install LED (Light Emitting Diode) lights on roads and replace CFL lights, in order to reduce electricity consumption and enhance safety of the environment.
This work will be empanelled by the Power Ministry and executed by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL). By March, 2020, nearly 54018 conventional lights will be replaced by LED lights. About 27000 lights will be replaced in the first phase which will end by December 2019.
Approximately 33.55 mega units of energy is consumed by conventional lights, where as LED lights will consume only 13.28 mega units of energy, which will save almost 60 pc of the energy consumed. The LED lamps will also have a Centralised Control and Monitoring System (CCMS),which will allow remote monitoring and operation of the installed street lights.