National Energy Efficient Fan Programme

The National Energy Efficient Fan Programme (NEEFP) is a Government of India scheme for Indian households and businesses. Under the scheme, energy-efficient ceiling fans will be provided at a discounted price and with EMI option. National Energy Efficient Fan Programme was launched on April 7, 2016 in Vijaywada, Andhra Pradesh. The National Energy Efficient Agriculture Pumps Programme was also launched on the same day.

The scheme will be implemented by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL). Consumers may purchase the fans by opting for a Rs. 60 per month EMI (equated monthly installment) for 2 years or by paying Rs. 1250 upfront. Vijayawada became the first Indian city to implement the National Energy Efficient Fan Programme.


Save energy by promoting the use of energy-efficient ceiling fans through a Government supported distribution scheme. The 5-start rated, 50 Watts ceiling fans are 30% more energy efficient than the conventional fans. So, they will consume less energy and the consumers will save around Rs 700 -730 per year on their electricity bills.

Features of National Energy Efficient Fan Programme

  • Distribution of energy-efficient, 50 Watts and 5-Star Rated ceiling fans at reduced price.
  • Price of the fan in Rs. 1250 if paid upfront or Rs. 60 per month for 2 years (total Rs. 1440) if EMI option is chosen.
  • Maximum two energy efficient fans per consumer.
  • Fans can be purchases from designated distribution centres.
  • Consumers are required to produce a copy of latest electricity bill and a copy of proof of residence.
  • Fans will be supplied by leading Indian companies such as USHA and Bajaj.
  • Reduction in consumer’s electricity bill by about Rs 700 -730 per year. That means the cost of the fan will be recovered in less than 2 years.
  • Scheme is implemented by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL).


  • Ministry of Power, Govt of India

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