Chandigarh electricity department is reaping the benefits of government schemes and reforms in the power sector. The energy saving appliances distributed under the Unnat Jyoti Affordable LEDs for All (Ujala) scheme of the Central government have helped the department save around Rs 25 crore power in addition to cutting down about 40, 688 tonnes of carbon emissions in one year, as per data of Union ministry of power. UT power department has shared the figures with the Joint Electricity Regularity Commission (JERC). According to official figures, a total of 4.38 lakh LED bulbs, 50,053 tubelights and 11,752 fans have been distributed among the consumers in Chandigarh at subsidised rates till February 3. As many as 3.22 lakh LED bulbs helped Chandigarh in saving 56,965 MWh of energy. With 50,053 consumers purchasing LED tubelights, Chandigarh saved 21, 92, 321 kWh in a year. It also helped the power department save Rs 74.53 lakh in the past one year. Meanwhile, with 11,752 fans the department is saving 4,554 kWh of power everyday and power cost of Rs 15, 483 per day. UT superintending engineer M P Singh said the scheme has turned out to be a great success. With large number of consumers opting for energy saving appliances, the department in one year has managed to save significant amount of energy. "The power purchase cost have come down by around Rs 5 lakh per day," said M P Singh.
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