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of a person, having personal rights or liberty; not enslaved or confined. Of property, not subject to payment of rent or performance of services (freehold) or not subject to any burden or charge, such as a mortgage or lien (unencumbered ).
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On one hand, they have announced free electricity to those consuming up to 200 units but they have also increased the electricity rates for others," Tiwari said.
"We recognise that low emission vehicles help support our air quality objectives and we will continue to offer free electricity for those drivers needing to recharge their vehicles."
According to an official press release the free electricity limit for the domestic consumption of scheduled castes and scheduled families has been increased from 50 units to 101 units as the chief minister felt that the earlier limit was not sufficient due to the use of TV and other home appliances.
British Gas is to offer more than two million smart meter customers free electricity for eight-hour periods at weekends.
A NEW deal offering free electricity at the weekend has been launched by British Gas - with a catch.
K-Electric and SINA Health Education and Welfare Trust signed an MoU whereby KE will be providing 100% free electricity to the non-profit organization.
The options, called HomeEnergy FreeTime, give free electricity between 9am and 5pm on Saturdays or Sundays until July 2017, although a 26p standing charge applies.
Last year South Australian senator Sean Edwards sparked a nationwide debate on the possibility of reprocessing nuclear waste generated overseas and turning this into free electricity for the state.
30 -- Those of you who read the Times of India may have seen a full page ad quoting "Free electricity is coming" and "Billions in Change," in the recent past.
To control on-peak consumption, the Tavanir managing director added, farmers have been offered 20 hours of free electricity for switching to off-peak time, although in other countries on-peak consumers are charged higher.
This refers to those that are already on the free electricity market and all other that, as of 1 January 2015, will become part of the free market," said Dragan Blazev, expert on energy efficiency.