Energy Conservation


TP-Western Odisha Distribution Limited (TPWODL)

Believes in the importance of conserving energy for a better tomorrow.

Did you know?

If we all take a few simple steps to reduce our energy consumption, we can go a long way in securing our futures.

Here are some easy energy saving tips from electricity saving tips for your home to electricity saving tips for Industries that you could follow to cut down on monthly energy expenses and help reduce global warming.


Energy Saving Tips

Some electricity saving tips for your home

  • An easy way to save energy is to cut down on unnecessary lighting. Please "Turn off" all lights when not in use.
  • Replace bulb with LED bulb or tube light as it save about 75% of electricity for same lighting levels.
  • Dirty tube lights and bulbs can absorb 50 percent of the light; clean your tube lights and lamps regularly.
  • Focus lights on your task instead of high wattage lamps for the entire room.
  • Use natural sunlight wherever possible.
  • Purchase 5 star BEE certified appliances.
  • Seal windows and doors properly before turning on AC. Set the temperature of AC at 25C for good comfort and save electricity.
  • Do not keep hot food items in the fridge and also minimize the opening of the fridge door.
  • Use energy efficient motors and pump sets for lifting water.
  • TV and other Electronic items continue to consume power when switched OFF from remote. Thus, make sure that these items are switched OFF from the source.
  • Reducing temperature of water heater from 60C to 50C will help in saving 18 percent of the energy used at the higher setting.
Electrical Appliances like Air Conditioning (AC), Water Heater, Refrigerator, etc
Additional electricity
saving tips for Industries
  • Use Capacitor Banks to reduce demand and improve power factor.
  • Use maximum demand controllers.
  • Use fibre ceilings to use sunlight as far as possible and minimize use of lamps.
  • Use metal halides instead of Sodium Vapour lamps for outdoor lighting.
  • Lubricate all bearings to minimize wastage of power.
  • Use Energy efficient motors.
  • Carry out Energy audit of your units and follow the recommendations as per the cost benefit analysis.