Does false ceiling lights consume more electricity?

The false ceiling lights you use can drastically alter a room’s mood and ambiance. In sunny areas, usually, lights for false ceilings remain switched on for 6 hours per day. This amounts to daily electricity consumption of 2,160 Wh (2.16 kWh) or approximately 65 kWh per month. This is significantly higher than a 75-watt bulb or a 125-watt ceiling fan, which use 13.5 and 46 kWh per month, respectively.