Electricity Saving Tips For Homes And Offices

Ashwani Srivastava

Ways To Setup A Shock Proof House For Kids

By on January 11, 2017
Ways To Setup A Shock Proof House For Kids
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?”,

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Solar Conversion Kit: A better way to use existing inverter battery system with Solar PV

By on April 22, 2016
Solar Conversion Kit: A better way to use existing inverter battery system with Solar PV
We at ‘Bijli Bachao’ have been getting a lot of queries from our readers, on how to apply the solar inverter technology in the houses, do we need to completely replace the existing inverters, what all modifications are required, and is it possible to apply the solar panel to the regular inverter?, etc. are some of the pertinent queries, which we keep getting on this subject. Therefore we have decided to dedicate one article on this topic, whose application will

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Why is RCCB necessary for your house?

By on April 22, 2016
Why is RCCB necessary for your house?
It was in 2013, during the IPL times, if we remember it correctly, when an interesting commercial surfaced for the first time, featuring a patient being taken for a ‘shock therapy’ by the group of doctors in a mental institution. While trying to administer the shock, one of the doctors got a shock himself triggering some kind of a cascading effect wherein the other doctors also received the shock. The patient, in the meanwhile attempted to escape, eventually himself

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Why LED lights are better than Fluorescent lights even when lumens per watts are the same

By on April 22, 2016
Why LED lights are better than Fluorescent lights even when lumens per watts are the same
The light-emitting diode (LED) Lights is environment friendly and more secure than fluorescent because it works at much lower temperatures. An incandescent bulb gives off more energy as heat rather than light, something to do with the resistance of a Tungsten filament, therefore LED is considered better than fluorescent even when the lumens per watts is the same. But is this the only reason, especially to answer that LED is a better option comparing on same lumens

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