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Ministry of Power

Fact sheet On Street light national programme (SLNP)

SLNP scheme- Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched 100 cities National Programme on 5th January to convert conventional street and domestic lights with energy efficient LED lights. Under Street Light National Programme (SLNP), replacement of 3.5 crore conventional street light will result in saving of 9,000 million units annually. Total cost savings of municipalities every year will be Rs 5,500 crore.  Keeping future generations in mind, the revolutionary step is taken to conserve as much energy as possible. Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) has been designated as the implementing agency. The initiative is part of the Government’s efforts to spread the message of energy efficiency in the country.

Objective of SLNP Programme

The Electricity Distribution Company and Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) a public sector body of Government of India are implementing the programme. The main objective is to promote efficient lighting, enhance awareness on using efficient equipment which reduce electricity bills and help preserve environment.

 

http://pibphoto.nic.in/documents/rlink/2015/sep/i201592401.jpgEESL Service Model

 

EESL replaces the conventional street lights with LEDs at its own costs and consequent reduction in energy and maintenance cost of the municipality is used to repay EESL over a period of time. The contracts that EESL enters into with Municipalities are typically of 7 years duration where it not only guarantees a minimum energy saving but also provides free replacements and maintenance of lights at no additional costs to the municipalities. The service model enables the municipalities to go in for the state of the art street light with no upfront capital cost and repayments to EESL are within the present level of expenditure. Thus there is no additional revenue expenditure required to be incurred by the municipality for change over to smart and energy efficient LED street lights.

 

Status of SLNP Programme

 

http://pibphoto.nic.in/documents/rlink/2015/sep/i201592402.jpgThe installation of LED bulbs is completed in 6 ULBs namely Vizag, Jhalawar, Mt. Abu, Pushkar, Neelimarna and Agartala. 2,07,000 street lights have been replaced in these places. Installation is in progress in 88 ULBs in Delhi, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh to replace 9.3 lakh lights. 302 Urban local bodies (ULBs) have enrolled in the Street Light National Programme till 7th September 2015. The target is to installs 15 lakh LEDs by March 2016. SLNP has finalized agreements with 90 municipalities.

STATUS OF SLNP AS ON 7TH SEPTEMBER, 2015

Overall Targets

Overall target of no of street lights to be replaced

3.5 crore

Expected overall annual energy savings

9000 million KWh

Expected reduction of installed street light load

1500 MW

Expected annual cost reduction of ULBs

Rs. 5,500 crore

Annual estimated greenhouse gas emission reductions

6.2 million tonnes of CO2

 

Achievements till date

 No of street lights replaced

2.80 lakh

No of ULBs where work in progress/ complete

86/14 = 100

Estimated annual energy savings

72 million KWh

Estimated reduction of installed street light load

11.9 MW

Estimated cost reduction of ULBs annually

Rs. 43.88 crore

Estimated annual estimated greenhouse gas emission reductions

64,190 tonnes of CO2

 

Safety of LEDs - They are completely safe and do not represent any hazard to the human eye. When compared to CFLs, LEDs do not have mercury and therefore, have no negative impact on environment. The LEDs procured under the DELP scheme are run through series of stringent quality tests

 

Lumen intensity of LED vs incandescent bulb - LEDs have no gases, filaments or any moving parts to fatigue. A 7W LED procured under DELP gives the same and in most cases better lumen intensity and brightness than a 60W Incandescent Lamp. The lumen output of a 60 Watt incandescent bulb is 450 lumens. Whereas, the lumen output of a 7 watt LED bulb, offered as part of the DELP scheme, is 600 lumens. The proportion of lumens that falls in an area from an LED light source is greater than that of a conventional light source.

 

Advantages of LED

 

LED(under DELP)

CFL

ICL

 

Watt

7

14

60

 

Energy Efficiency

88%

50%

0%

Annual cost saving in the electricity bill (per bulb)

INR 160-400

INR 85.5

NIL

Life expectancy (Hrs)

25,000

8,000

1,200

Free of cost Warranty

3 Years

1 Year

NIL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Case Study

EESL has taken up the restoration activity post the devastating Hudhud Cyclone in the city of Vishakhapatnam on 12 October 2014.

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