Cooking with LPG is expensive, follow this method for cheap cooking – News18

New Delhi. The rising prices of LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gases) ie LPG have spoiled the budget of the kitchen. The rate of LPG cylinder in Delhi has reached Rs 843. But, you can also get rid of expensive LPG by adopting other options.
If you compare the current price of LPG with electric cooker, induction or electric stove, then it is getting very cheap. Not only this, now PNG (Piped Natural Gas) is also getting cheaper by about 60 percent than LPG. Deepak Sriramakrishnan, Associate Director, World Resources Institute, has calculated the LPG and electricity expenditure. According to him, now electric cooking is cheaper in Delhi than LPG.
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The cost of heating water on an electric stove is Rs 9.46
According to the calculation of Deepak, the rate of electricity has been considered as Rs 8 per unit basis. Whereas the price of gas cylinder has been taken at Rs 843. Accordingly, LPG of Rs 10.15 is spent to boil 10 liters of water. If the same amount of water is heated on an electric stove, it costs Rs 9.46. At the same time, if this water is heated through an induction stove, then this cost comes to Rs 8.33 only. In such a situation, one can guess how much difference has made in boiling only 10 liters of water. In such a situation, you can save a lot of money in cooking one time meal. Not only this, the states where electricity is being subsidized. There this cost may be even less.
Gas became expensive by Rs 140 per cylinder in just six months
On July 1, 2021, the price of LPG cylinder was increased by Rs 140 to Rs 834, which was earlier Rs 694 in Delhi on January 1. The government had abolished the subsidy given on LPG in the year 2020. Because of this, the consumers have to pay almost full price.
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PNG will get direct benefit of costlier cooking gas
PNG can get the direct benefit of costlier cooking gas and consumers will start coming forward to adopt it. According to Bhanu Patni, Senior Analyst at India Ratings and Research, the price gap between LPG and PNG has widened after the hike in LPG prices. Comparing at the level of kilocalories, PNG has now become 60 percent cheaper than LPG. With this people will now show more interest to bring PNG supply system to their homes. However, due to lack of basic facilities, it is not possible to reach PNG gas to more and more people at the moment.

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