Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana in Madhya Pradesh – LED Bulb Distribution Scheme

Published Date - 02 November 2017 07:32:21 Updated Date - 02 November 2017 07:33:13

Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana introduced by the state government of Madhya Pradesh in association with the central government of India (ministry of power), Piyush Goyal. Under the scheme, the state government will distribute 3 crore LED bulbs across the state of Madhya Pradesh. The LED bulbs under the scheme will be distributed at a very low price of Rs. 85 per bulb. The state government has planned to distribute 20 lakh LED bulbs in the Rewa district alone within next 6-12 months in Madhya Pradesh. The 9 watt LED bulbs distributed under the scheme but it would be illuminating like the 100-watt bulb. The bulb under the Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana has 3 years replacement warranty. The minimum working capacity of the bulb would be 30,000 hours. Since the bulb will be illuminating like the 100-watt bulb, the energy savings would be 91%. The Urja Vikas Nigam of Madhya Pradesh implements the scheme at no profit no loss basis. These LED bulbs distributed through the medium of fixed distribution agents and Indian Government’s Energy Efficient Services Limited supports to Madhya Pradesh government in this scheme. Under this scheme, Bulbs also be distributed through corporation’s Akshay Urja shops, markets, post office, power bills collection center, etc

Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana is a new scheme by the Government of Madhya Pradesh. Under the scheme, the state government will distribute 3 crore LED bulbs across the state of Madhya Pradesh. The LED bulbs under the scheme will be distributed at a very low price of Rs. 85 per bulb.

Under the scheme, the state government will distribute 20 lakh LED bulbs in the Rewa district alone within next 6-12 months. The state government will also provide energy efficient fans and agriculture pumps in coming days.

Introduction to Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana

The bulbs to be distributed under the scheme would be of 9 watt but it would be illuminating like 100 watt bulb. The bulb under the Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana will come with a replacement warranty of 3 years. The bulb can be replaced if gets fused before completion of 3 years.

 

Quality of LED Bulb

  • The bulb is designed with latest technology (liquid emission technology) which is very helpful to saving electricity.

  Bulb consumed 9 Watt of Power only which is minimum consumption than 100 watt normal bulb.

  This Ujala Bulb gives 10 time more energy if you are compare it from normal bulb.

Benefits of Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana:

  1. Benefits of the LED bulb at a very low price of Rs. 85 per bulb
  2. Benefits of low power consumption and saving electricity in Madhya Pradesh state
  3. Installing LED bulb could save power of 25 to 30 units every year which can be benefitted with saving of Rs 150 to Rs 180 in a year

Eligibility for Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana:

  1. Applicant must be resident of Madhya Pradesh state
  2. Applicant must have identity card to get LED bulb

Documents required for Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana:

  1. Identity proof only

 

Distribution Network for Urja Daksh LED Bulb Ujala Yojana

The bulbs under the scheme would be distributed through the medium of fixed distribution agents. Energy Efficient Services Limited of Indian Government will also help the state government in this regard. The LED bulbs under the scheme would be available at the following locations.

  • Akshay Urja Shops
  • Markets
  • Post Offices
  • Power bills collection centers
 

How to Get the LED bulb under the scheme

Any person can get the LED bulb under the scheme by showing his identity card and paying the minimum Rs. 85 per bulb.

Use of single LED bulb can save up to 25 to 30 units of power per year converting to a money saving of Rs 150 to Rs 180 in a year.

 

How to Apply for Ujala Yoaja

We will guide you to apply for this scheme, here are some main steps

  Application form can be used by Official Website of Ujala Yojana www.ujala.gov.in

  Fill all necessary details & ensure that all details are accurate.

  Submit this form to authority.

  To know about more details, consumer can check at DISCOM Office

After completing all steps you can avail benefits of Ujala Yojana.

The Urja Vikas Nigam of Madhya Pradesh  would implement the scheme at not profit no loss basis. The government is also trying that the Government ans semi-Government officials shall purchase the bulbs from the corporation itself.

If implemented successfully across the state, the scheme will prove to be a great initiative towards energy saving.

Where to Purchase LED Bulb

Householders can purchase these LED bulbs from special counters (kiosks) which has been establish in various location of India.

User Can visit at below address to see details of counters.

www.ujala.gov.in
User can find these all stores through Geo-tagging.

How much price of a LED Bulb

User can buy this Bulb between INR 75 to 95. Prices are available as per states.

Warranty of LED Bulb

If any LED bulb has been fuse due to technical defects before warranty period. So, EESL will provide LED bulb on free cost along with Three Year Replacement warranty. User can visit at Ujala official website and register complaint also.

How to Complaints Fuse Bulb

Customer can complaint on customer care centre number as you can see advertisement.
User can also complain by tweet through EESL which is a robust social media response system, where user can complaint to EESL’s Twitter Handle @EESL_India.
You can also complaint with description & contact details in below address.
E-mail ID info@eesl.co.in

Apart from these user can directly visit at its website to complaint which are usually addresses within 48 hours of receipt and it will also a satisfactory resolution follows.

Note: Currently 22,63,88,569 LED bulb has been distributed by Ministry of Power as we can see dashboard of National Ujala Website.

Benefits of The Ujala Scheme

Saved Energy/Per Year

29400 mn KWh

Cost Saving Per Year

11760

Avoided Peak Demand

5886 MW

 


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