Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) is replacing the existing high pressure sodium vapour lamps and semi–high mast lights with brighter, more energy efficient LED lights. The company is executing the second phase of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi’s Street Light Project, in partnership with Havells India, to install LED lights in 104 wards of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation area. TPDDL has already completed the first phase of the project with more than 85,000 street light points being converted to LED lights. Work on the second phase is in progress, with more than 52,000 conventional streetlights already been replaced with LED lights. The expected total is 137,000. The second phase is likely to be completed by end-August 2018. The project is helping TPDDL to reduce the overall peak demand by more than 15 MW, thereby translating into considerable power savings.