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Bajaj Electricals gifts `Trendsetter' to Delhi

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NEW DELHI, Sept. 8

BAJAJ Electricals Ltd has gifted "Trendsetter", an energy saving street light luminaire to Delhi.

Mr Shekhar Bajaj, Chairman and Managing Director, Bajaj Electricals, handed over the new street light fittings to the Chief Minister of Delhi, Ms Sheila Dixit, here on Saturday.

Bajaj Electricals is providing Delhi with this latest concept, which aims to set a new trend in energy conservation in the Indian roadway lighting, Mr Bajaj said.

Speaking on the occasion, he said, "lighting takes approximately 17.5 per cent of the total energy generated in our country, out of which approximately 40 per cent is being consumed in outdoor lighting."

Trendsetter is a unique concept of energy saving. It is an accessory for the luminaire which when fitted on a road light or floodlight luminaire can achieve 22.5 per cent energy saving, he said.

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