Voltas to partner with EESL for Super-Efficient ACs

Voltas to partner with EESL for Super-Efficient ACs

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Voltas Ltd, a leading manufacturer of Air-Conditioners in India, will partner with Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) to manufacture and sell 5-star rated Inverter Air Conditioners. It may be recalled here that EESL had recently launched its Super-Efficient Air Conditioning Programme for residential and institutional consumers in the BSES area. Since EESL has partnered with BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) initially the programme will cover the DISCOM’s South and West Delhi customers. (read: https://www.sawdust.online/news/now-the-government-moves-in-to-disrupt-ac-industry/)

The Super Energy Efficient ACs offer faster and more cooling than any ordinary AC, and are 44% more energy efficient than conventional 3-star ACs, at an affordable price. They also ensure low-noise operation, longer life, energy savings and better capacity control. This would translate into a more efficient cooling environment for customers.

These ACs will have 5.4 Rating which is best in-class energy efficiency ratio. These ACs will have state-of-the-art technology compressor that reduces power consumption. It also operates at different capacities based on the cooling requirements. These ACs can operate smoothly under wide voltage fluctuations from 145V – 270V, without Stabilizer. These ACs will have extreme high ambient temperature controlling capabilities, even at 52°C. The ACs will have copper condenser coil which is more durable, and delivers efficient cooling.

50,000 Super Energy-efficient and environment-friendly ACs, from Voltas, will be distributed to the Delhi consumers of BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL), BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) and Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (Tata Power-DDL). EESL will be promoting this scheme at their respective Customer Care counters.

Air conditioners are expected to consume 45 per cent of Indian households’ power demand by 2050, which will increase expenditure for consumers and contribute to global warming. With the goal of integrating energy efficiency into India’s cooling sector, EESL has initiated a first of its kind, Super-Efficient AC programme.