Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) launched its groundbreaking National Efficient Cooking Programme (NECP) and Energy Efficient Fans Programme (EEFP) recently.

The National Efficient Cooking Programme (NECP)

  • The National Efficient Cooking Programme (NECP) introduces induction-based cook-stoves, offering a cost advantage of 25-30% over traditional cooking methods, promising both energy savings and cost-effective cooking solutions.
  • By deploying 20 Lakh Induction cook-stoves across India, EESL seeks to reduce the environmental impact of cooking methods, ensuring cleaner air and improved health for citizens.
  • EESL has also partnered with Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS) for the large-scale deployment of induction cooktops.
  • The deployment is expected to accelerate the acceptance and large-scale adoption of modern electric cooking devices in Indian kitchens.

 The Energy Efficient Fans Programme (EEFP)

  • The Energy Efficient Fans Programme (EEFP) focuses on deploying energy-efficient BLDC fans, with the goal of distributing 1 crore ceiling fans.
  • These initiatives not only reduce energy consumption and environmental impact, but also enhance consumer comfort while lowering electricity bills, creating a win-win situation for all.
  • The program for deploying one crore ceiling fans was initiated during the G20 Energy Transitions Working Group in Goa in July 2023.
  • In continuation of this, EESL is inviting the first bid of 20 lakh fans, under a programme titled Energy Efficient Fans Programme (EEFP).

About Energy Efficiency Services Limited

  • Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), operating under the Ministry of Power, is a leading Energy Service Company.
  • Their portfolio encompasses energy-efficient products like LED bulbs, tube lights, fans, air conditioners, streetlights, and electric vehicles.
  • EESL’s transparent procurement processes, overseen by CVC, have enabled them to distribute millions of these products, resulting in substantial energy savings, reduced peak demand, and greenhouse gas emissions.

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