Crompton bags 3 orders to supply LED products

 Crompton has won three prestigious orders from Energy Efficiency Services Ltd. (EESL), a joint venture set up by the Power Ministry comprising of four public sector undertakings – NTPC, PFC, REC and Power Grid, for the implementation of energy efficiency projects in the country. Crompton was the only player from the entire lighting industry to qualify for all three orders for energy efficient LED lamps from EESL, as per their technical and commercial requirements. According to the order, Crompton will supply close to 4 million LED lamps to EESL for its different projects, the first of which was launched in Andhra Pradesh to distribute 7W LED lamps to consumers at an affordable price, followed by the project in Delhi.
The move is part of the government`s plan to boost energy efficiency through widespread use of Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology-based lighting solutions in the country.  This will enable the government to offset power deficit in the country through energy conservation. Commenting on this win, Avantha Group Company CG`s CEO and Managing Director, Laurent Demortier, said: “We are honoured to receive this opportunity from the Power Ministry to partner with EESL and look forward to working with them in driving energy conservation and efficiency in the country. Our strategy to localise the production and increasing the scale of manufacturing has been the key lever for our success in this highly competitive market.”

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