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LED Expo Mumbai 2022 To Focus On Intelligent Innovations

LED Expo Mumbai 2022 has garnered support from the ministries, government departments and top industry associations.

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Following the success garnered by its New Delhi edition, LED Expo is ready to make a comeback in Mumbai where it will showcase next-gen advancements in smart and efficient LED lighting products. 

With an aim to highlight the growing technological advancements in LED lighting, LED Expo Mumbai 2022 will welcome the entire value chain of the industry from 19 to 21 May 2022 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre. 

LED Expo Mumbai 2022 has garnered support from the ministries, government departments and top industry associations.  

Lokesh Chandra, IAS, General Manager, Brihanmumbai Electric Supply & Transport Undertaking (BEST), shared, “LED based lighting technology is one of the fastest growing technologies that promises to provide reliable, efficient, effective and durable lighting solutions for various IoT-based applications. LED lamps and luminaries exhibit the strongest growth trend among all the lighting technologies. Its combination with solar powered devices is bound to create a revolution in the field of energy efficiency, thereby contributing to reduce global warming as well as be environment friendly."

Amitesh Kumar Sinha, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), stated, “The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is happy to note that Messe Frankfurt India is holding the LED Expo in Mumbai. Investment and use of energy saving technologies such as LED is the need of the hour. The exhibition has been providing an excellent opportunity to showcase state-of-the-art technologies. It will enable business leaders to have a greater understanding of the Indian opportunity in the LED sector.”    

The Indian government’s favourable schemes, such as UJALA and SLNP, has created lucrative opportunities for the Indian lighting manufacturers. Moreover, a Production Linked Incentive (PLI) Scheme of upto INR 6,238 crores (USD 815 million) has been approved to be given over a period of five years with the goal to boost domestic manufacturing of ACs and LED Lights in India.


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