Chandigarh, Dec 10 (UNI) The officials of Operation Circle, Narnaul of the Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) today declared two additional villages named Dhansu and Hudina as cent per cent compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) villages under the on going campaign for energy conservation.
With the declaration of these villages as cent per cent CFL villages the total number of CFL villages in the area of the Operation Circle Narnaul has increased to 77.
A spokesman of DHBVN said here that in village Dhansu, total 76 consumers have replaced all incandescent bulbs. The consumers purchased 272 CFLs from the camp organized by the DHBVN officials and the CFL vehicle of DHBVN. As many as 47 CFLs were already in use in the village.
In village Hudina 271 houses have metered regular power connections. With the replacement of all the 631 incandescent bulbs in this village, the employees declared it a cent per cent CFL village.
Fifteen of CFLs were already in use in the village.
With the replacement of cent per cent incandescent bulbs load on the 100 KVA and 63 KVA transformers at village Dhansu has reduced from 287 ampere to 229 ampere and from 198 ampere to 163 ampere respectively.
In village Hudina, there are three transformers including two of 100 KVA each and one of 63 KVA capacity. The load on these transformers has reduced from 287 to 223 ampere, 293 to 230 and 203 ampere to 195 ampere respectively.
With the replacement of traditional bulbs with the energy efficient CFLs, the complaints of interruptions in power supply have decreased.