Monthly Archives: July 2013

Strategies for Cutting the Cost of Electricity to Zero in the Domestic Setting

Strategies exist, through which the cost of electricity in the domestic setting can be cut to zero.

One strategy for cutting the cost of electricity to zero in the domestic setting is that of leveraging on solar power.

Another strategy for cutting the cost of electricity to zero in the domestic setting is that of crafting technologies through which the kinetic energy generated in ordinary domestic processes is turned into electrical energy through dynamos. This is the approach used to power cars: whether their batteries are charged using the alternators through the kinetic energy generated as they move. We can reckon that without this sort of arrangement, the cost of electricity in cars would be very high. It would, almost certainly, be higher than the cost of the general car insurance whose workings’ descriptions you can find on this post.

Yet another strategy for cutting the cost of electricity to zero in the domestic setting is that of leveraging on the power of biogas technology. Under this scheme, the biogas generated in the home (from the various forms of waste) can be converted into electricity which, in the absence of very power-intensive appliances, can be adequate for a typical home’s needs.

Strategies That Can Be Used to Make it Possible for Poor Households to Afford the Cost of Electricity Connection

Several strategies can be used to make it possible for poor households to afford the cost of electricity connection.

The first strategy that can be used to make it possible for poor households to afford the cost of electricity connection is that of availing credit to the said poor households (for this particular purpose). The credit can be availed through a formal banking institution. That is where, for instance, it can become possible for poor households keen on getting connected to the national grid to, say, proceed to the www.capitalone.com login page, and proceed to apply for such a loan through a process similar to the one described in this blogpost.

The second strategy that can be used to make it possible for poor households to afford the cost of electricity connection is that of having a system where the poor households can be connected to the grid, and then allowed to pay slowly over time in small installments.

The third strategy that can be used to make it possible for poor households to afford the cost of electricity connection is that of having a system where the cost is simply subsidized. The subsidy can be from the taxes or from some other government source.