OLA Money App Helps in paying your Utility Bills like Electricity and Gas
Electricity is considered to be the crucial part of energy in our present life, but it should also be recognized that everything comes with a cost. For availing its advantage, it is very necessary to pay electricity bill on due date. Every person seems to be so busy in this rapid-speed era that they can’t line up in the queue at centers to pay bill. People should get rid of this annoyance by using Paytm, because it provides an easy and quick alternative for paying online Electricity Bill. People may suffer no delays and no late charges and can easily pay their electricity bill on our online portal, along with availing cash back offers. It requires following steps to be implemented while paying on Paytm:
• Fill the Account information and password.
• Fresh user need to register by clicking on link and filling their account number, bill number stated on electricity bill.
• Confirm the details after filling the account information.
• Select the appropriate payment method.
• Confirm the information and offer pay.
• A fresh bank tab will open along with several payment options such as internet banking, debit card and credit card.
• Select the payment form.
• Make the payment of bill.
• Collect the payment invoice by downloading it.
In the demonetization period, everything seems to be cashless, OLA decided to amped up OLA
Money service that offer the feasibility to pay the utility bills like gas and electricity with its
application. The customer all across the county can easily pay the bills by using the OLA
Money app. It has partnered with some of recognized utilities such as Mahanagar Gas,
Reliance Energy and Noida Power to initiate the service with reliability. This application also
assist customer in paying
This had widened
the gap in demand and supply and forced the elevation in prices and taxes. The Electricity Bill Cost is the way to analyze
and understand the parameter on which the electricity bill is generated for any customer.
The basic and
only unit for measuring consumption is Kilowatt-hour. It is no rocket science but a simple
statement that 'when you consume 1Kilowatt electricity for duration of one hour, then you are
have consumed one unit or 1Kw/H of electricity.
For instance, if an air conditioner is of a 1000 watts and it is used for an hour then it
consumes 1Kw/H of electricity or one unit. Based on the total units consumed by all the
appliances, the bill cost is calculated.Lets us understand how the bill is actually
calculated by the Electricity Bill Calculator. The calculator has all the slabs of
the current charges stored in it and when the consumed number of units is fed into
it then it calculates the cost of the bill. Let us see and understand it through an
bill for foods, travel, recharge, shopping and much more with just a
OLA decided to pay bill of twenty five utilities all across the individual. Some of the gas public
companies and electric companies are Noida Power – Delhi, Indraprastha Gas – Delhi,
Reliance Energy – Mumbai, MAHAVITARAN – Maharashtra,, Rajasthan Vidhyut Vitran Nigam
Ltd amongst others.
The basic essentials for survival
are house, water and food. This still holds true but there is an
addition in this list - ELECTRICITY.
Now-a-days, with increasing advancements in technologies, automation is the call of the hour. This has
propelled the use of more and more automated appliances for daily operations, e.g., vacuum cleaner
replacing the conventional ways of cleaning. Yes they are efficient but they require Electricity to run
on and as the wants of humans are expanding so is its demand of the same. This had widened
the gap in demand and supply and forced the elevation in prices and taxes. Yes they are efficient but they require Electricity to run
on and as the wants of humans are expanding so is its demand of the same.
House A consumed 300 units of electricity in the month of January.
House B consumed 500 units of electricity in the month of January.
House A falls in the slab of 200-400 units per month whose charges are Rs 4.80 per unit.
House B falls under the slab of more than 400units electricity whose charges are Rs 5.70 per unit.
We get the total unit's cost by multiplying the number of units and the cost per unit. So,
House A has to pay Rs 1440 as the unit cost.
House B has to pay Rs 2850 as the unit cost.
The set of rules and regulations that govern the management of electricity are all
defined in the Electricity Act 2003. Prior to this Act all the governing was done as
per the Indian Electricity Act, 1910 and The Electricity (Supply) Act, 1948. It was
mainly the responsibility of the State Electricity Board to manage the supply and
distribution of electricity. The first guide book to this Act was written by Mr. Raj
Singh Niranjan by the title "Guide to electricity Laws in India".
The Act demolishes power generation completely (except for hydro power projects over a
certain size). The Highlight of the act was the focus on using renewable and non-conventional
sources of energy because the act aimed at making energy generation eco-friendly.
As much as 10% of the entire power
supplied in the country should be of this reliable
form. The act also establishes licensing schemes for distribution in urban areas and
encourages availability in rural areas. But, the constraint with this regime is the
'undefined boundaries of the rural areas' that causes one third distribution yet to be
frees up, apart from the 16 states that have defined it.