NTL in the News
"We are expecting NTL Group's sales turnover to touch around Rs. 20 billion in
NTL Lemnis is creating new benchmarks in LED manufacturing. Its in-house manufacturing capabilities cover driver manufacturing and go up to complete product assembly. Arun Gupta, MD, NTL Group, spoke to Belal Khan of Electronics Bazaar to share his company's plans for the future.
"10 technologies that could make the difference"
For lighting as a technology, India Today has identified NTL Group as the company, which is making the difference in revolutionising the LED industry. It clearly showcases us as one of the pioneers in this segment. We are the only company to feature in this story for LED lighting as the technology. This itself is a great achievement and a moment of pride for all of us.
LED bulb prices dip as they become a part of the Government’s energy efficiency campaign
CFLs and incandescent lights are facing competition from LED bulbs, which have emerged as an energy efficient source of light. The Government has added LEDs to its energy efficiency campaign and placed orders in bulk, which has led to decreased prices. Experts believe this may lead to increased sales, thus saving energy and protecting the environment.
DELP scheme is already a success: Arun Gupta, MD, NTL Group
Under the Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme (DELP), the Indian Government aims to provide LED bulbs at Rs. 44 as opposed to the current retail price of Rs. 250 -300. Arun Gupta, MD of NTL Group sits down with Akash Sinha, to chat about the industry’s growth and the effect of DELP on the manufacturers.
LED technology is fast becoming the energy saving and environmentally safe option for street lights: Arun Gupta, MD, NTL Group
Arun Gupta, in conversation with R. Srinivasan, reveals the trends shaping the LED lighting industry, the current status of the Indian LED industry, DELP and other challenges and changes that are taking place in the industry.
Sandeep Singh, CMO at NTL Lemnis, writes about retail store lighting and how LED’s versatility is contributing to the sector
LED lighting is emerging as the next big trend while the retail industry in India is the 5th largest preferred retail destination. It’s no surprise that retail lighting is also catching up and making the most of this energy saving source of light. In this article, Sandeep Singh writes about accent, ambient, shelf and feature lighting and explains how proper lighting can turn an ordinary store into a great one.
Now Lighting Up is Equivalent to Saving Up
Launched in Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh, the LED distribution programme under DELP (Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme) aims to increase domestic savings and reduce carbon emission. Under this programme, over two crore LEDs have been distributed by the Government already which has led to saving Rs. 2.71 crore every day.
The Advent of LEDs : Combining Energy Saving Light with the Aesthetics
The MSG Architecture correspondent speaks to the leaders of the industry and finds out more about the new trends in the LED lighting industry. With increased style, reduced prices and extreme versatility, it is emerging as one of the most sought-after lighting solutions for retailers, individual consumers and others. Sandeep Singh, CMO at NTL Lemnis, also talks about the increased awareness about LEDs and its effect on architecture.
Each of our products is well-designed, aesthetically pleasing and low-maintenance one: Sandeep Singh, CMO, NTL Lemnis
With over 250 types of lighting products, NTL Lemnis is often hailed as one of the pioneers of the LED industry in the world. Sandeep Singh, CMO at NTL Lemnis, explains the brand’s portfolio, the USP of the brand and how their products are relevant to the hospitality industry and focus on conserving energy.
LED Industry to Boost Climate Change Plans
The Indian Government’s Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme (DELP) aims to replace all CFLs and incandescent lights with LED bulbs. This will result in saving Rs. 40,000 crore annually and will reduce greenhouse gas emission by 80 million tonnes every year. The experts, including Sandeep Singh, CMO at NTL Lemnis, talk about the fall in prices, consumer habits and other lighting industry matters.
In less than five years, almost 50 percent of India’s households will have LED lamps: Arun Gupta, MD, NTL Group
Increased demand of LED bulbs has led to a drastic dip in the prices, making it a profitable time for LED bulb manufacturers. The Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme (DELP), increased awareness and other factors led to the growth of the industry. Arun Gupta, MD at NTL Group, talks about the industry and his plans for the company.
Modern Day Lighting: Combining Aesthetics with Sustainability
While planning a layout for a home, lighting plays an important role and helps you define the mood and tone of your space. Task lighting, ambient lighting and mood lighting are some of the many prerequisites of a comfortable and elegant space. In this article, industry leaders, including Arun Gupta, MD at NTL Group, explain the requirements of a home and how LED bulbs fulfill them.
Lighting Up the Healthcare Sector with LED bulbs
Often used to save energy and reduce electricity bills, LED bulbs have now contributed their advantages to the healthcare sector. Fully sealed LED lighting units prevent spreading and accumulation of germs making them ideal for pathological labs, hospitals and clinics. Arun Gupta, MD at NTL Group, discusses some of the other advantages of using LEDs and lists the products designed for a safer healthcare segment.
The Advent of LEDs and Advantages of Using LED Bulbs
Lemnis Lighting paved the path for an environment friendly lighting source, when they manufactured LED bulbs in 2006. In India, NTL Electronics, made the first LED bulb in 2009, based on Lemnis’s design. Soon, they entered into a joint venture and NTL Lemnis, became one of the leaders in the LED industry across the world.
NTL Lemnis to raise its capacity of LED lamps to 5 million units per month
NTL Lemnis, the maker of Pharox LED brand of next generation lamps, is more than doubling its production capacity of LED lamps as it ventures in to modern retail, said Sandeep Singh, CMO at NTL Lemnis.
"There is a shift towards automation.."
Noida-based telecom components manufacturer NTL Group has managed to shake up the domestic lighting industry by emerging as an integrated manufacturer of LED lamps, and now products for projects and retail.
Parliamentary Standing Committee on Energy undertakes a study tour on LED lamps
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Energy, which is under the chairmanship of Dr. Kirit Somaiya, undertook a study tour to understand the manufacturing of LED lamps.
Light at the end of the tunnel
Ever wondered how a type of light bulb suddenly became sexy? Why the new bankable star Ranbir Kapoor, durable old one Akshay Kumar, and the thinking woman's sex symbol Irrfan Khan are appearing in TV commercials asking you to buy LED bulbs?
ELCOMA, the lighting industry body, has forecast that LED bulbs will comprise 60 per cent of the lighting industry's turnover in five years.
NTL Lemnis launches energy saving Warhorse for industry use
LED lighting solutions provider NTL Lemnis has come up with an innovative lamp that it says can replace high pressure sodium vapour lamps with power saving of about 40%.
Budget 2015: 'Walk The Talk'.
Globally, electronics industry is worth over two trillion dollars with India's contribution being a mere 1.8 per cent. Successive governments have tried to stress on the need and the importance of creating products that are world class, but imports from China and other countries continue to create a less than a level playing field..", says NTL Group MD, Arun Gupta,,about his expectations for Budget 2015.
NTL Lemnis enters retail market
LED lighting player NTL Lemnis has entered the retail market with its Pharox brand. With a portfolio of about 250 LED lighting solutions, the company plans to set up 100 distributors across 17 cities.
NTL Electronics aims at Rs 1,500 crore sales in the next 3 years
NTL Electronics, is aiming revenues up to Rs 1,500 crore in next three years apart from venturing into new product segments as automotive electronics, set top boxes etc.
NTL will be venturing into retail for LED from this month through its own sales network. "We are targeting a revenue of Rs 500 crore from our LED business from NTL Lemnis in next three years and from NTL Electronics, we are looking at a revenue of close to Rs 700 crore to Rs 1,000 crore (during the period)," NTL Group MD Arun Gupta said.
NTL Lemnis's Pharox LED striplights used to illuminate famous artwork in Cape Town, Africa
NTL Lemnis Africa, a wholly owned subsidiary of NTL Lemnis BV, has helped illuminate an artwork "Sunstar" on top of Cape Town famous Signal Hill. The artwork symbolises the transition from past to future and that will act as a beacon of hope for all to see. Part of the Cape Town’s World Capital Design 2014 initiative, the structure uses weatherproof Pharox LED Strip lights with approx 22,600 individual LED light sources.
LED architectural lights are now more innovative and smart
The latest LED architectural lights are sleeker, more compact and come with tunable LEDs, i.e., the colour temparature of the LED fixture can be changed as per requirements, without changing the fixture itself.Read the views of Mr. Arun Gupta, Managing Director, NTL Directors and more in this story in the LED Bazaar section of the magazine.
Top 10 LED bulbs brands In India
India's LED market is forecast to reach $1457.8 million by 2019, at a CAGR of 35.9 per cent, during the period 2014-2019. Government ini-tiatives to replace incandescent bulbs with LED bulbs, the increasing energy demand-supply gap, and declining prices are the factors driving the growth of LED lighting in India.
Poor quality imports give India a bad experience of LED lamps
LED technology is considered the way forward in lighting but low-cost and inferior-quality imported products are severely harming the segment, say industry players.
Highway to energy efficiency
LED lighting is exrremely energy efficient and can potentially halve the nation's expenditure on lighting.In this special story, Electrical Monitor interacted with some leading players of the industry to understand how important LED lighting would be towards realizing India's aspirations of becoming an energy-efficient nation.
NTL Lemnis Banking on High Energy Consuming Sectors
LED lighting solutions company NTL Lemnis has made clear its intention to focus on industries that are “typical energy guzzlers”, launching a host of new products to cater to such segments. The company has charted a “go-to market strategy” to reach out to high energy consuming entities like commercial establishments, malls, 24X7 working environments, etc.
March of lights
Lighting industry has come a long way from the old incadescent lights. LED lights are seen as the eco-friendly way ahead.
Charge of the LED Brigade
NTL Lemnis launched a range of LED lighting products under the Pharox brand for the healthcare sector. Three special categories of products - that have wide use in hospitals, nursing homes, laboratories and clinics – viz. ceiling lights, down lights and LED tube lights, were created.
According to a report brought out by Equentis Capital, the Indian healthcare market will grow to $158 billion in 2017 from $79 billion in 2012. This means the market will grow at a CAGR of 15%. Hence energy efficient lighting in healthcare sector is a desperate need.
Absence of standards, high cost of manufacturing are key challenges for the lighting industry
NTL Electronics, a 750-crore lighting electronics manufacturer based out of Noida, supplies electronic control gears, ballasts, luminaires, retrofit CFLs, LED drivers and LED lamps to industry leaders such as Crompton Greaves, Philips, Osram, Wipro, Bajaj, Surya Roshni, Orient, Finolex, HPL and Eveready.
NTL Lemnis revolutionizes Indian electronic market, reduces dependency on China
In an era when electronic items were being made outside the country, Mr. Arun Gupta, MD – NTL Electronics India Ltd. and Global CEO – NTL Lemnis, decided to do something to change this. With an aim to do something new in the electronics market in India and to reduce the country’s dependency on China, he started his own business on a smaller scale which went on to become a 700 crore turnover project. Read about his stimulating journey in The Economic Times here.
Usage of LED Bulbs could save 21,000 MW of Electricity
Statistics show that, instead of CFL’s and regular light bulbs, and tube lights, if LED’s are used and substituted, then 21,000 MW of energy could be saved. Initial cost of production of LED’s is higher and its demand at present is quite low. If the usage of LED’s is encouraged and the government helps the manufacturers in lowering the cost of production of LED’s bulbs, then the demand of the LED’s could rise. As a result of that consequence, the energy used could get lowered.
NTL Bags 'Electronics Organization of the year' Award
At the 10th edition of EFY awards, NTL Lemnis was presented with this prestigious award where Mr Praveen Gupta, CEO, and Mr Sudhir Mishra,COO, received the award.
If we can help develop components ecosystem..
NTL Lemnis, a leading manufacturer of LED lighting solutions in India, is all set to double its production capacity to 1 million pieces every month in 2014-15.
NTL Lemnis launch new range of LED lighting products..
NTL Lemnis launched a range of LED lighting products under the 'Pharox' brand, especially for the healthcare sector. NTL Lemnis has created three special categories of products for the sector, which has wide usage in the hospitals, nursing homes, laboratories and clinics – ceiling lights, down lights and LED tube lights.
A tete-a-tete with Mr. Arun Gupta, Global CEO, NTL Lemnis
With an annual turnover of Rs. 700 crores and a 7 million capacity of LED lights (2012-13). NTL Group is amongst the top players of the Indian LED market.
NTL Lemnis Eyes Hospitality Sector With Its Brand ‘PHAROX’
Today, the hospitality industry is an energy guzzier. Since environment friendliness has become the focus for the industry, energy conservation has suddenly taken a new meaning.
NTL to double capacity, set up eighth plant for LED products
With compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) being replaced by light emitting diode (LED) technology globally, NTL Lemnis, leading manufacturer of LED lighting solutions in India, is all set to double its production capacity to 10 lakh pieces each month in 2014-15.
LED will soon command a major share in the lighting industry
NTL began its journey in the lighting world in 2002 with the manufacturing of CFL ballasts. Today, NTL is possibly the world's largest lighting electronics company outside China.