A new generation of electric street lamps can be purchased in India for as little as $100, according to the country’s largest online retailer.
The new bulbs are used in urban lighting, but there is a demand for replacement bulbs that cost around $5,000 per bulb.
In the past two years, the online retailer Flipkart has launched a new line of LED street lights, called the Stucco Light Boxes, and has introduced a new series of bulb replacement devices for $5 to $15 each.
Flipkart sells the lights on its website and in local shops for about $100 each.
The new bulb-replacement device is called a Stuccy Light Box.
It is made up of six bulbs, four of which are made by a Chinese company.
The six bulbs are the size of a credit card, and they are wired to a battery, which can be charged by plugging it into a USB port.
The Stuccos are rechargeable, meaning that they will last for years, and the devices are made to last.
“The batteries are made of nickel, which has a low energy density,” Flipkarts founder and chief executive officer Vijay Shetty said in an interview with Quartz.
“They can last for over a century.”
According to Shetty, the devices have already been tested by thousands of users.
The company has also created a database of the types of bulbs that users have bought and tested.
“We are confident that the bulbs will perform well in India,” Shetty added.
“We are also confident that we will be able to deliver the best price for the bulb replacement device.”
India is home to more than 20 million street lamps and bulbs, according the Indian Institute of Technology, Bangalore.
The number of street lamps has grown to nearly 2.5 million over the past five years.
The lights can be broken if the bulb fails to perform.
The LED lights have a light output of up to 4.5 lumens, or roughly 20,000 candlepower.