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Tips for electricity conservation at home

You can save up to 20% - 30% of your bill money by following these simple steps:

  • Use always the natural air and light; do not switch on lights during the day.
  • Promptly switch off the lights and fans when the occupants leave the room / hall.
  • Slim tube lights give better light and consume less electricity than the filament lamps.
  • Avoid opening the refrigerator frequently. Defrost it regularly.
  • Dry your clothes in the sun instead of using the dryer in the washing machine.
  • Use pressure cookers and avoid using electrical appliances as far as possible.
  • The electricity consumption by your geyser can be considerably reduced if the members of your family bathe in quick succession and switch it off as soon as it is no longer required.
  • Avoid switching in of heavy duty appliances during peak hours, i.e., 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Tips for electricity conservation at shops and business establishments

  • Avoid excessive illumination. Please keep only as many fans and lights on as you need.
  • Do not use neon sign boards. Use only painted sign boards.
  • Use energy saving compact fluorescent lamps for the illumination of your shops, showrooms, or hotels.
  • Try to switch on your room air conditioners and coolers at least one hour late and switch off one hour early. Preferably, do not use these heavy duty appliances.
  • Please close the shops and showrooms precisely by 8 p.m. at night.
  • Use solar water heaters for hot water requirements of your hotels and lodges.

Tips for electricity conservation in farms

  • Provide shunt capacitors at terminals of your three-phase motor to help reduce current and ensure longer life to your pumpset.
  • Use rigid PVC pipes to get more discharge.
  • Avoid sharp bends and too many joints in the suction and delivery lines.
  • Use low-resistance foot valves.
  • Lubricate pump sets at regular intervals.
  • Choose suitable crop mix so that at least one crop in a year is grown with least water consumption.

Electrical Safety

Protect Yourself

  • Teach your children about electrical safety.
  • Do not plant vegetation to grow up or near electric poles or wires.
  • Do not throw objects on power lines, which cause short circuits resulting in injuries.
  • Damage to electrical appliances or wires in your house must be repaired by an electrician.
  • If anyone in your house suffers an electric shock, call your local emergency medical service immediately. Even minor shocks can cause life-threatening conditions hours later, so it is important to seek immediate medical attention.
  • Stay clear off overhead power lines when moving or storing irrigation pipes, iron pipes or rods.
  • Never climb electricity poles, towers or substation fences. Call maintenance staff for attending to any electrical emergency.
  • If you are involved in a traffic accident that results in power lines touching your car, do not get out of your car unless it is on fire. If you must get out of your car because of fire or other immediate life-threatening situation, do your best to jump clear of the car and land on both feet. Then shuffle away from the car, keeping both feet close together, to minimize the path of electric current and avoid electric shock.
  • If you are at the scene of such an accident, do not approach a car that is touching power lines. Remain at a safe distance. Try to Keep the victim in the vehicle calm and wait for emergency personnel to handle the situation.
  • Never touch a person who is in contact with power lines or other objects that are touching power lines. You cannot help them by being electrocuted yourself.

Protect your home

  • Turn off your cooking range, toaster oven, iron, or other items that could cause a fire when the power comes back, whenever the current supply gets disrupted.
  • Turn off your air conditioner and water heater to prevent system overloads when power is restored. These two appliances are big users of electricity, especially after they have been off for a while. Turn them on about 30 minutes after power has been restored.
  • If you are using a generator, never connect it to your home's electrical system, which can endanger you, your neighbors and utility workers. Make sure the generator is grounded. Follow the generator manufacturer's recommendations for safe use.

Protection from lightning

  • Stop surges and spikes at your main electrical service.
  • Anyone who's ever lost a phone or answering machine knows that phone lines are a dangerous source of power surges. The plug-in phone line protector stops phone surges, protecting your computer/modem, fax machine, or answering machine. By protecting these super sensitive electronics from internal home power fluctuations, it also extends the life of your equipment.
  • For sensitive electronics that don’t need cable phone line protection, such as stereos and microwaves, we have high sensitivity plug-in devices.

Help Desk

In order to enhance its customer service facilities, IPCL has set up a call center. A dedicated and qualified team is been put in place to attend and resolve any issue that a customer may face.

The Helpdesk undergoes a continuous improvement process to ensure quality optimization.

Helpdesk Number : Tel : 0631-2210214

The Company has already developed a robust consumer response mechanism (CRM) wherein all aspects of the service cycle are being integrated, including billing. This will help in better understanding of usage patterns and plan load and services/schemes accordingly.

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About Us

Established in the year 1919, India Power Corporation Limited(Formerly known as DPSCL Limited) has pioneered leadership with trust & confidence and has emerged as an esteemed Power company in the state of West Bengal with a track record of performance and in introducing state-of –the –art Power technologies. India Power Corporation Limited has over the years prioritized Generation & Distribution of power within its command area in W.B.

India Power Corporation Limited (formerly DPSC Limited) - established in 1919 - brings to its business a rich intellectual capital derived from nine decades of its existence.

The Company currently operating 95.2 MW of wind assets in the States of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Karnataka and also has developed solar power plant with West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Ltd., in Asansol, West Bengal. In the conventional sector, the Company is setting up a 450 MW Thermal Power Plant in Haldia, West Bengal, through its associate company and also has conceived thermal power projects in Bihar, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. With the development of the power plants, IPCL intends to scale its power generation portfolio up to 10,000 MW in the years to come.

The Company has a total license area of 618 sq km in Asonsol-Ranigunj Belt, which is regarded as one of the premium industrial belts of West Bengal. A number of industries are coming up in the industrial areas of Jamuria, Ikra, Dhasaldanga and Mangalpur, which is helping the Company to expand its distribution business.

The Company has been serving the area since last 9 decades providing critical survival power to the underground collieries of Eastern Coalfields Ltd., Hospitals, Government Utilities and industrial and commercial consumers. The distribution business also has backward integration by way of operating power plant of 12 MW capacity and a 540 MW thermal project under development in Raghunathpur, West Bengal. The Company has aimed at optimizing its distribution assets and creates benchmark in efficiency by way of outperforming the industry number. As such, the T&D loss figures are at a commendable below 2.70% against the industry benchmark of 20% or more.

The Company is also the distribution franchise of Gaya and the adjoining areas. The Company has established India Power Corporation (Bodhgaya) Limited (the DF company) as a wholly-owned subsidiary for undertaking the operations of the Gaya distribution franchise. India Power Corporation (Bodhgaya) Limited has entered into a distribution franchisee agreement with the South Bihar Power Distribution Company Limited (SBPDCL), the distribution licensee. The franchise is for a period of 15 years. The DF company will procure power from SBPDCL and sell it to consumers in the franchise area. It is has taken over the operations from June 1, 2014.

Contact Details


Plot No. X1- 2 & 3, Block-EP, Sector - V,

Salt Lake City, Kolkata - 700 091.

Tel.: +91 33 66094300 / 08 / 09 / 10 Fax: 033 2357 2452

URL :   http://www.indiapower.com