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Wednesday, 14 July 2021

News of relief / now cheap home cooking, no tension of rising price of LPG

 News of relief / now cheap home cooking, no tension of rising price of LPG

News of relief / now cheap home cooking, no tension of rising price of LPG


LPG means rising cooking gas has ruined people's kitchen budgets. Rising petrol-diesel prices on the one hand and LPG prices on the other are skyrocketing. The price of an LPG cylinder in Delhi is Rs 843. But here we will tell you about some of the options that can help you get rid of expensive LPG.


Electricity is cheaper than LPG


LPG is much cheaper compared to an electric cooker, induction or electric stove. While PNG (piped natural gas) is also getting about 60 per cent cheaper than LPG. According to Deepak Sriramkrishnan, associate director at the World Resource Institute, electric cooking is now cheaper in Delhi than LPG.


Low cost electric stove


In Delhi, the rate of electricity is Rs 8 per unit while the price of a gas cylinder is Rs 843. In such a case, LPG of Rs 10.15 is used to boil 10 liters of water and if it is heated on an electric stove, electricity of Rs 9.46 is consumed. This way you can save a lot of money. Also note the states in which electricity subsidies are being given. There it will also cost less.


LPG cylinder price hike by Rs 140 in 6 months


It may be noted that the price of LPG cylinder has gone up by Rs 140 in the last six months to Rs 843 per cylinder. In addition, in the year 2020, the government ended the subsidy given on LPG. Because of this customers have to pay almost the full price. Such a situation is having a profound effect on the pockets of consumers.


PNG will benefit

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Rising prices of LPG have pushed for an alternative to PNG. Customers will be attracted to it. After the increase in the price of LPG, the price difference between LPG and PNG has increased. Compared to the calorie level, PNG is now 60 per cent cheaper than LPG. But if we talk about facilities, it is not possible for PNG gas to reach more and more people at present.

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