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BSES electricity distribution companies introduced plans to replace old AC and fans, to get up to 67% discount


BSES offers to exchange old fans, ACs for energy saving

new Delhi. BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) and BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL), which distribute electricity in the national capital Delhi, have launched plans to replace the old air conditioners (AC) and fans for their customers. Under this, customers can replace old wings and air conditioners with energy efficient products with significant discounts.

According to a BSES spokesperson, BYPL and BRPL are promoting energy efficient products by promoting safe and sustainable technology. Under the scheme, customers in South, West, East and Central Delhi can replace their old ACs with new energy efficient five star air conditioners. On this, they will get a rebate of up to 64 percent.

BRPL has also started plans to change the fan. Under this, customers can replace old fans with low power consumption fans. In this, customers will be given a discount of up to 67 percent. BYPL can also launch this type of scheme for East and Central Delhi customers. Customers can avail the scheme by visiting the helpline number or website of the distribution companies.

According to the spokesperson, customers can save up to 1,000 units of electricity annually through energy efficient AC. This savings will depend on the AC model and its type. The spokesperson said that each customer can change three ACs and fans. This plan is for a limited period.

This post was published on August 8, 2020 12:20 pm

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