Question by : Is power savers for electricity worth trying?
For the past 1-1.5 years our electricity bills have increased by leaps and bounds. We used to pay around Rs.300-500.Now our bills come in the range of 900-1500. This month we have already consumed 310 units on the meter with 10 more days to go before reading will b taken for the month.The problem is the MSEB in Kalyan do not give any response.
In this case we r consuming more than 15 units per day which is impossible unless u r running all appliances at the same time for whole day or running a company from home.
So i have come across a power saving device which has the potential to save around 25-40% of the power by reducing spikes in the current. This device will b installed near the fuse box at home.
All i want to know is whether this is legal to use & does this device actually work??
Answer by Patrick
I have no idea what you wrote because we have different measures of electrical usage, however, it sounds like if you have an impossibility in your electric usage… Call your electricity provider to check or replace your electricity meter. Even the newer digital LCD screen reading meters will mess up.
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