A small amount of electricity is enough to kill a person. Second only to traffic accidents and drowning, electrocution was identified as a major cause of accidental deaths in India by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). All it takes is 0.007A for three seconds.
Araavindhan Purushothaman, ECC Engineer
In this era of emerging technologies, electrical and electronic appliances are increasingly becoming an indispensable part of our lives. We all depend on a host of electronic appliances to get us through our day. It is only natural that we often find ourselves looking for smart solutions to optimise the usage of our appliances. The good news is that such smart solutions can now find their way into our homes and that too, on a budget!
Water heating is the process of heating up water above its initial temperature. This can be done with the help of an energy source like fire or electricity. Electric water heaters are the most commonly used devices to meet water heating needs. Water heaters are used for many purposes e.g. domestic, commercial, industrial. The size and type of a water heater varies depending on its purpose and place of application. This article will solely focus on electric water heaters that are used for domestic purposes.
Social media plays a significant role in this digital era across all sectors. This is especially so during the COVID-19 pandemic situation, where consumers are left with little option than to communicate virtually using social media.
Electricity Consumer Cells (ECCs), used to conduct outreach meetings twice in a month in their respective districts (Tiruvallur, Tiruvannamalai, Tirunelveli, Cuddalore, Salem, Tiruchirapalli, and Vellore) to sensitise consumers about the ECCs and help them by clarifying their queries related to electricity problems and to create awareness on energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy.