Tata Power launched LED tube light scheme in Mumbai

Oct 9, 2015 12:10 IST

Tata Power, India's largest integrated power company, on 8 October 2015 launched LED tube light scheme in Mumbai for its residential consumer. Under the scheme, Tata will provide five lights to each household at 525 rupees per piece against market price of 1325 rupees.

The scheme aims at encouraging the residents in Mumbai to adopt energy efficient lights, thus, saving power.

Tata Power has initiated the scheme in collaboration with Osram India, a German MNC and one of the two leading light manufacturers in the world. The initiative is a part of the demand side management programme to promote the use of highly efficient LED technology amongst households.

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Who: Tata Power

Where: In Mumbai

What: Launched LED tube light scheme

When: 8 October 2015

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