Now villages of Bihar will be enlightened with Led bulbs on street like the cities. Panchayati Raj Department is working to lit the roundabouts, crossroads and streets of the villages. The department is working on the proposal of the project and soon it will be sent to the cabinet. Once it will pass in the cabinet, government will start working on it on the ground.
Planners of the project are pondering on the way to give the kick start to it. To install led bulbs on the pole, either Panchayat or some other private agencies will be approached. The department will work on the provision of maintenance and checking the street lamps.
LEDs have swept the conventional lighting marketplace for a variety of reasons, most notably their extended lifespans, reduced energy consumption and lower maintenance requirements. It operates differently than traditional incandescent light bulbs. This makes it far more rugged and durable than traditional incandescent light bulbs.
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All the 8386 Gram Panchayats of the state are considered to install the lamps. About 100 LED bulbs are allotted to each panchayat. Panchayati Raj Department had already called many meetings to discuss it. Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) has also portrayed a presentation to the department. Under this project, the department is planning to install a device through which all the bulbs of the Panchayat can be operated from a particular place. Approximately 500 crores are estimated money to be invested on the project.
In Patna, earlier, at least 850 LED bulbs were put up on major routes like Ashiana-Digha Road, Boring Canal Road, Airport Road, 1, Anne Marg, Secretariat, Gandhi Maidan and Patna City. According to sources, these bulbs were installed last year before and after the closing ceremony of the Prakashotsava.
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