How to reduce home electricity bill, What makes electricity bill high?

Electricity bills are calculated from the reading taken monthly on your electric meter. The best way to understand what electricity is, is to think of electricity as water under pressure which can turn your fan and make the lights come on. So the electricity meter is like a water meter measuring how much quantity has been consumed. Like the measure of water is a ‘Liter’, the measure for electricity is called a ‘Kilowatt-Hour’ commonly referred to as a ‘Unit’ of Electricity. 

What makes electricity bill high is mainly the use of high electric consuming appliances like AC (Air Conditioners), electric heating appliances like electric cookers including induction cookers and electric kettles, Fridge, etc. Therefor to reduce your monthly electricity bill the first thing to do is to avoid using any electric heating appliances like electric hot plates, induction cookers, electric kettle. Use a gas stove for this purpose, using gas for all heating is much cheaper than paying a high electricity bill. Regarding AC and fridge, use more efficient inverter models of AC and Fridge.

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How good and useful is a microwave oven in India

On this page we discuss how useful a Microwave Oven is in Indian Cooking. Also important technical aspects of microwave ovens are covered. New technology in microwave ovens like the difference between ordinary and inverter Microwave Oven and why inverter microwave ovens are better are also discussed

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Safety precautions at home to avoid accidents

Safety at home in India is the subject on this page. We provide a guidelines to various aspects of home safety in India, please click on any item of Indian home safety subjects listed below to take you directly to a detailed explanation of that safety subject.

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