Electricity can be dangerous if not handled properly. This article presents valuable tips on how to set up a shock-proof house so that you can ensure your family’s safety.
Two years back when on one fine morning, I was taking my daughter to school in our car, we discovered once a beautiful large house was now burnt black due to electrocution. Out of utmost dismay and wonder, my daughter asked me – “Papa, what has happened?”,
Inverter is the heart of any Solar PV system. It converts DC current (generated from Solar Panels) to AC Current (needed by appliances and/or the grid) and it also controls and monitors the entire PV System. It ensures that the Solar PV modules always operate at their radiation and temperature dependent maximum power and it also makes sure that the grid is safe. So while buying a Solar PV system, it is very important that you choose the right inverter for the safety
With rising costs of electricity, reduction in prices of Solar PV Panels and lots of government policy support, buying a Solar PV system has become very lucrative in many parts of India. The interest in buying Solar PV is increasing, however, there is still some lack of awareness about technology, brands, and prices amongst the consumers in the country. We at Bijli Bachao have created several pages (link)
Power cut is a major problem in most parts of India. Power Inverters are used by many to run some of the appliances during these power cuts. Have you ever wondered where the power comes from in those power inverters. We at Bijli Bachao recently got a question from a reader expressing his surprise that his electricity bills increased after installing a power inverter. Let us try and answer two questions in this regard:
Delhi is a huge consumer of electricity – it uses more power than all other metros put together. The peak power demand in Delhi in 2014 was ~6000 MW, almost all of it coming from coal and gas powered plants located in Delhi. The