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Providing Access to Clean Lighting

Project Overview


Our project aims to improve the quality of life in rural India by distributing energy-efficient LED bulbs to replace the traditional incandescent light bulbs (ICLs) used in households. We have distributed 100,000 LED bulbs so far, and our goal is to distribute many more. The LED bulbs we are providing are highly energy-efficient, consuming only 9W or 12W of power compared to the 60W or 100W consumed by the ICLs they replace. This not only saves electricity but also reduces the environmental impact and improves the quality of air by lowering carbon emissions.

By providing these LED bulbs in exchange for ICLs, we hope to encourage people to switch to more energy-efficient lighting, thus saving on electricity bills and helping the environment. The response from rural communities has been overwhelmingly positive, and we hope to continue making a positive impact in the lives of those who benefit from this project. In summary, our project is not only providing energy-efficient lighting to rural households, but it is also helping to create a more sustainable future for all. We believe that small steps can make a big difference, and this project is one such step towards a brighter, greener, and more sustainable future.

Project Timeline

Project Initiation

June, 2022

Project Implementation

August, 2022

Project Monitoring

December, 2022

Project Issuance

January, 2023

Power in numbers

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150 thousand

tons of carbon

emissions reduced


tons of

fuelwood saved



chasers mobilized

Impact created

50+ jobs created in the project area through this project

LEDs contributes to more sustainable cities and communities.

Cleaner energy source, reducing carbon emission


Beneficiaries save money through cheaper electricity bills


50000+ households experience a brighter household at low price


Lasting Impact & Happy Faces...

With the following project, we were able to positively impact the lives of more than 60,000 beneficiaries in India.


They not only have a cleaner and safer house and air but also save much money which was being used earlier to purchase firewood

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