Electricity consumption increased by one and a half times in scorching heat

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Jhansi. Electricity consumption has increased due to the scorching heat. Alam is that the electricity consumption has increased by one and a half times compared to normal days. This leads to an overload of the transformers. You have a grounding problem. To solve this, transformers are examined to see if they are grounded or not. Cables are also checked.
Summer has reached its peak in these days. It is generally not very hot due to the rainy season. But this time it didn’t rain water so people are in disrepair due to the humid heat. It becomes difficult to sit without a cooler or fan for even a minute. Those whose houses have air conditioning are running at full speed. This has increased power consumption and overloaded transformers.
On normal days, two million units of electricity are used every day. But these days electricity is consumed by 30 million units per day. This situation has existed for a few days. Transformers are overloaded by constantly increasing consumption, transformers without oil or grounding do not come, they explode. Therefore, the survey is carried out by transformers. It shows how much oil there is, how heavily it is loaded, whether the cable is correct or not, whether there is an earth connection or not. The biggest problem is the grounding because the heat disrupted the grounding. Without grounding, the transformer load has increased. The greater the load, the greater the likelihood of a transformer explosion. For this reason, transformer explosions have recently taken place in the Khowa Mandi and Swamipuram colony. Right now the electricity is overloaded and there is no hope of how long this situation will last. A full report is generated to ensure that no transformer burnout damage occurs.
The congestion increased in the summer. Transformers are measured so that there is no damage from overload. The electricity consumption has increased by one and a half times. This has also increased the department’s challenge. – D Yadavendu, chief engineer

Jhansi. Electricity consumption has increased due to the scorching heat. Alam is that the electricity consumption has increased by one and a half times compared to normal days. This leads to an overload of the transformers. You have a grounding problem. To solve this, transformers are examined to see if they are grounded or not. Cables are also checked.

Summer has reached its peak in these days. It is generally not very hot due to the rainy season. But this time it didn’t rain water so people are in disrepair due to the humid heat. It becomes difficult to sit without a cooler or fan for even a minute. Those whose houses have air conditioning are running at full speed. This has increased power consumption and overloaded transformers.

On normal days, two million units of electricity are used every day. But these days electricity is consumed by 30 million units per day. This situation has existed for a few days. Transformers are overloaded by constantly increasing consumption, transformers without oil or grounding do not come, they explode. Therefore, the survey is carried out by transformers. It shows how much oil there is, how heavily it is loaded, whether the cable is correct or not, whether there is an earth connection or not. The biggest problem is the grounding because the heat disrupted the grounding. Without grounding, the transformer load has increased. The greater the load, the greater the likelihood of a transformer explosion. For this reason, transformer explosions have recently taken place in the Khowa Mandi and Swamipuram colony. Right now the electricity is overloaded and there is no hope of how long this situation will last. A full report is generated to ensure that no transformer burnout damage occurs.

The congestion increased in the summer. Transformers are measured so that there is no damage from overload. The electricity consumption has increased by one and a half times. This has also increased the department’s challenge. – D Yadavendu, chief engineer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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