Pradhan Mantri UJALA Yojana Gujarat

Pradhan Mantri UJALA Yojana Gujarat : Gujarat Government has launched the Ujala Gujarat Yojana for distribution of energy saving LED bulbs across the state. The Ujala Gujarat Yojana has been launched under the central government’s Ujala Yojana scheme at a function in Vadodara. In this article, we will tell you about the new prices of LED bulbs, tube lights and energy efficient fans, eligibility, list of documents and complete details of the Ujala Gujarat Yojana.

Pradhan Mantri UJALA Yojana Gujarat

Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani Decided To Reduce The Price Of LED Bulb Following Overwhelming Response By People Under Pradhan Mantri UJALA Yojana Gujarat. As Per His Decision, The Bulb Will Be Sold With Price Of Rs. 65 Per Bulb For Cash And Rs. 70 Per Bulb For EMI Along With Keeping Similar Rate For Both Residential And Commercial Consumers Of The State.

Chief Minister Shri Rupani Has Also Decided To Initiate Selling Of LED Tube-Light And 5 Star Rated Energy-Efficient Fans Under Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme Launched By The Union Government. As Per His Decision, 20 Watt LED Tubelights Will Be Given To Consumers With A Cost Of Rs. 210 By Cash With A Total Reduction Of Rs. 20 In Its Price Assigned By The Union Government.

Eligibility for Receiving LED Bulbs:

  • LED bulbs will be provided to any customer who has got a meter connection from any power distribution company at a discount of 50% above the market price.
  • The Ujala scheme also provides facility to pay the price of bulbs in monthly installments.

States where UJALA scheme is implemented:

  • The UJALA scheme has been implemented all over India. Cells selling LED bulbs at a discounted rate have been placed on the sales system website.
Document Required:
Last filled electricity bill and photocopy of it.
Own photo ID
Certificate of Proof of Residence – which must be the address indicated on the electricity bill.
Details of the amount paid and the amount to be paid in arrears if the price of the bulb cannot be paid at the time of purchase – which will be added weekly to the electricity bill.
Note: Proof of residency is not required if the LED bulb is to be purchased with cash.
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Number of bulbs provided per family:
The customer will be able to buy a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 10 light bulbs. Studies show that a family needs five to six bulbs.
How the UJALA scheme works:
Energy Efficiency Services Limited will distribute incandescent bulbs to customers at 40% of the market price.
Capital investment required for the scheme is EESL. Will.
The energy actually saved in five years will be paid to EESL by Discom free of cost.
The scheme will not require any subsidy from the Government of India.
The scheme will have no effect on electricity rates
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