The power here is so unstable that if you are going to invest in an inverter type fridge invest in a decent AVR, Servo type ( tighter voltage window than Relay type). Inverter fridge freezers are far better technology but can be more susceptible to the poor power supply and is likely the main failure for inverter AC units here. A good rule of thumb is to get an AVR that is rated about 3 times the wattage of the device. It is very important for non inverters as the in rush on start up is much higher but still a good guide for inverters also. KVA to watts is not really 1:1, so be careful if you have no overhead and use the online calculators. You can get away with a relay type, still far better for the device than not having one but for a new TV the servo type will give the device the cleanest input voltage. Also if you do plan to ever run it off a generator the AVR will be highly recommended. I use a group of Fujidenzo servo AVRs and they have been good 5 months in. 2 X 2000 KVA and 2 X 1500 KVA. The local Panther brand is well reviewed but a bit pricey for the high KVA servo units.