FPPCA inclusion in electricity charges is mandatory as per JERC regulator and are bound to be calculated and claimed by Utilities all over the Country from time to time please read the article in the news box below

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1) Which is safer; alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC)?
Alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) have slightly different effects on the human body, but both are dangerous above a certain voltage. The risk of injury changes according to the frequency of the AC, and it is common for DC to have an AC component (called ripple). Someone with special equipment can measure this, but the effect on a particular person is very difficult to predict as it depends upon a large number of factors. As a consequence you should always avoid contact with high-voltage electrical conductors, regardless of the type of electrical current they are carrying.
2) Everyone gets a 'belt' from electricity every now and then, don't they?
No, not if they are careful and follow the simple rules to securely isolate electrical equipment, and check it is dead before they start work. If you received an electric shock but were not injured then you were lucky. Next time a slight change in events may lead to a very different result. No-one is immune to injury from electricity.
3) How often should I test my electrical equipment?
lectrical equipment should be visually checked to spot early signs of damage or deterioration. Equipment should be more thoroughly tested by a competent person often enough that there is little chance the equipment will become dangerous between tests. Equipment used in a harsh environment should be tested more frequently than equipment that is less likely to become damaged or unsafe.
4) What voltages are dangerous?
A wide range of voltages can be dangerous for different reasons. A very low voltage (such as that produced by a single torch battery) can produce a spark powerful enough to ignite an explosive atmosphere. Batteries (such as those in motor vehicles) can also overheat or explode if they are shorted.
Q5. Whether I can pay my electricity bill online?
Yes, please scan through the guide displaying screenshot wise procedure to be followed for your understanding of the online payment process. At all times please note down the echallan no. and the mobile no. you enter during the payment process for any complaint to be lodged or for tracing of your payment. Help Document
Q6. Whether I can create an account for viewing the details of my connection and simultaneously pay my electricity bill online?
Yes, please scan through the guide displaying screenshot wise procedure to be followed for your understanding of the login registration process including the after login screens that you will be able to view displaying various details including Bills and payments made. You can also activate SMS and Email facility for receiving your bills in the email as and when generated prior to receiving a hard copy at home. Help Document

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