LED Bulbs Made Mandatory in Haryana Government Offices by August 15th
All halogen, sodium bulbs and tube lights will be replaced with energy-efficient LED bulbs and tube lights
The use of LED bulbs and tube lights has been made mandatory in all offices under the Haryana government said an official.
“All administrative secretaries, head of departments and managing directors of boards, corporations and public undertakings have been directed to ensure replacing all inefficient lighting with LED lamps or tube lights by August 15 positively,” said a spokesman of New and Renewable Energy Department.
According to the sources, he further clarified that, as per directions of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, all halogen, sodium bulbs, and tube lights should be replaced with energy-efficient LED bulbs and tube lights, adding use of incandescent lamps and purchase of sodium vapour lamps by government sector, government aided sector, boards, and corporations and autonomous bodies has already been banned.
“Officers have been directed to ensure compliance of these orders,” he said adding that the officers have been asked to submit a compliance report in this regard to the office Director, New and Renewable Energy Department by September 15, 2018, so that the government may be apprised of the status, he added