TenderSURE is being discussed with some discontent these days because it has hit the road users community (dominated by motorvehicle users) hard. However its commendable that they continue with their work.
Today morning I had suprise visitors to my home from Bescom. Two men in a scooter, one person ready to remove the electric fuse at home. They came and suddenly asked for the receipt of last month's electricity bill. I had kept it somewhere and had to search all over home.
Most apartment complexes have so far been tapping from their common area power connections for the in-house utility service centres (kirana shop, ironing shop, etc), which are generally outsourced to local vendors. That way, they have been enjoying the benefit if domestic tariffs for the power needs of these services.
We are a group of two Electronics Engineers working from past several months on building a GTI (Grid Tie Inverter).
The system is made up of only the Solar panel and Electronics. The power generated from the Solar panel is processed by the electronics and fed to the connected Grid. All the Electronics was locally developed.
Guys, BESCOM is seeking ideas on how to make Bangalore footpaths free of transformers. I think newspaper ads are out today. Was wondering if we can collect some ideas via this post and share with BESCOM.
update: First up, a list of previous posts on the subject, as this is not new.
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