Kill the bill using Gorilla ceiling fan

This Gorilla Can Blow Your Power Bill Away

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At a time and age when energy conservation is a hot topic, two graduates from IIT Mumbai have struck gold with Gorilla fans. These super energy-efficient fans consume barely one-third the electricity needed for normal fans. Manoj Meena and Sibabrata Das, of Atomberg Technologies, say that they came up with the name to show aggression against soaring electricity bills. In fact, their tagline also reads ‘Kill The Bill’. On being asked what inspired them to come up with Gorilla fans, Manoj, lays it down statistically. “As of date, 22 per cent of Indians do not have access to electricity. And ceiling fans comprise 15 per cent of the total household consumption.”
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