People living in the rural areas mostly use CFL bulbs or incandescent, which consume much energy in comparison with LED bulbs which are of effective quality and consume less energy. Keeping this thing in mind the government of Odisha started a new scheme for the the people. Only selected people will get the benefit under this scheme. Below we have provided you the detailed information about this scheme.
(BPL) Ama Ghare LED Light Scheme
Under this scheme the beneficiaries who were registered under National Food Security Act (NFSA) and State Food Security Scheme (SFSS) will only get the benefit. For this scheme the implementing agency is Odisha Power Transmission Cooperation Ltd (OPTCL). The distribution of the LED bulbs under this scheme will be done through PDS outlets. To avail the benefits of this scheme bio-metric authentication is mandatory for all. This scheme is made so that people can use LED bulbs instead of CFL bulbs and other high energy consumables bulbs, and as a result there will be low electricity bills.
Ama Ghare LED Light Scheme Benifits
- People can use low energy consumable LED bulbs instead of high energy consuming other bulbs.
- Those who have registered under NFSA and SFSS will get the benefits of this scheme.
- Using good quality of LED bulbs, there will be low energy consumption and hence low electricity bill.
- The bulbs will be distributed through camps and PDS outlets in the state.
- Two LED bulbs will be given to every beneficiary and of free of cost.
Odisha Free LED Bulbs Distribution Process
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The distribution of LED bulbs will be started at the PEETHA (Peoples Empowerment – Enabling Transparency and Accountability of Odisha Initiatives) in the month of January. The bulbs will be distributed through camps and PDS outlets across the country. The beneficiary registered under National Food Security Act (NFSA) and State Food Security Scheme (SFSS) will only get the benefit and can get the bulbs. In this scheme the distribution of LED bulbs at free of cost to the poor families together with reducing the financial burden would enhance the energy efficiency.