The price of getting from New Jersey to Mumbai is about $10,000 a day.
The price in Mumbai is almost double that, at about $20,000 per day.
That’s because Mumbai, a city of nearly 4 million people, has no streetlights.
It’s also not the only city in India that has no lights.
Most people in the country don’t have the money to buy streetlights in India, and the country is facing a massive energy shortage.
In a country that spends nearly half its energy on electricity, India has some of the lowest levels of electricity usage in the world.
But the situation is getting worse, as India’s power demand has dropped in recent years.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the average daily usage in India was 1.85 kilowatts in the third quarter of 2017.
India’s average daily consumption in the fourth quarter was 1,073 kilowatt-hours.
That means India’s total energy consumption in 2020 was about 6,000 kilowat-hours less than in the same period last year.
That makes it the fourth-highest-use country in the OECD, according to the World Bank, but India has not yet met its 2020 energy goal of 5 percent of its energy demand.
India has also lost ground to other countries in terms of energy efficiency.
China and Japan have seen rapid energy efficiency gains over the last decade.
In China, for example, the country has achieved a 30 percent improvement in energy efficiency, according the National Development and Reform Commission.