A Licensed Electrical Contractor is designated by State Govt. under regulation 29 of the Central Electricity Authority Regulations of 2010 and is authorised to issue test report for the purpose of supply as per section 45 of The Indian Electricity Rule of 1956
An electrician is a worker who specializes and is qualified to do tasks related to electrical systems. A licensed electrician holds a wireman license issued by licensing board. An electrical contractor is the person or company that hires electricians and holds a license issued by licensing board. A Licensed Electrical Contractor is authorised to issue test report for the purpose of supply as per section 45 of The Indian Electricity Rule of 1956.
Even if you only charge at the more expensive DC fast chargers, electricity is always cheaper than petrol / HSD. And it’s also cleaner.
The cheapest place to charge your vehicle is at businesses or workplaces that offer free charging. Second to that is charging at home, where electricity on average costs between Rs 7 to Rs 10 /kWh. Over the course of the car’s lifetime, the cost savings can make owning an EV cheaper than a petrol-powered car, even if the purchase price is significantly higher.
Charging your Electric Vehicle at home with a separate electricity meter, allows you to take advantage of low, slab based residential electricity rates. The cost to run your car over the course of a year can be less than running an air conditioner. [Know More]
Check for units consumed instead of amount in rupees on your electricity bill. If your units consumed are much different from previous month or same month last year, then contact your electricity supplier or check whether there are electricity leakages in your house or consult an expert for an electrical audit on 9820 150 406.
This is possible in very rare cases because the consumer shall be required to pay some minimum charges like fixed charges, etc. even if the consumed energy is all self-generated. However, ‘electricity charges’, a major component of the monthly bill, can be reduced to zero by optimally designing and maintaining the Rooftop Solar System.
In net metered systems, the generated power is utilized for self-consumption, and excess power is exported to the grid as long as grid is available. In case, where solar power is not sufficient due to cloud cover etc., power is drawn from the grid to power the loads. A bi-directional or net meter record the energy flow in both the directions and at the end of billing period net energy used is calculated. The beneficiary has to pay for only the net energy used.