Grater Noida News : Electricity updates
The Greater Noida area’s electricity users have received significant respite from Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited. The application process for large home connections has been streamlined by Power Corporation. Customers will no longer need to visit the power department’s office repeatedly to apply for an electrical connection. Customers can now apply online from home for a domestic power connection of up to 1000 KW. It will take two weeks to complete this process. People will receive the connection while they are at home after the paperwork is finished.
The Electricity Department has started this service for the users of the portal. Only connections up to 25 kW were granted online under this programme up to this point, while large power users had to apply in person at the electrical department’s office. The consumers had a lot of difficulties with this process because they had to visit the Electricity Department’s office multiple times to finish it. However, connections of up to 1,000 kilowatts are now accessible while at home.
To apply for an electrical connection, the customer must first visit the company’s website, uppcl.org. There will be a link for an immediate internet connection, which requires registration before clicking. The subscriber’s mobile number and email will receive the User ID and Password after the registration process is complete. Customers will be able to complete the form for an electrical connection with the aid of this user ID. Customers must complete out a lengthy application form, including their name, residence, and location. Additionally, a personal photograph, an image of an ID card, and an image of a property document must be uploaded.Following application submission, a team from the company will visit the site to assess its viability before preparing a report. The metre will be installed as soon as the fee is deposited, assuming everything is in order. Any defects discovered during the feasibility test will also have information about them published.