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There are three basic types of electricity, Static, low voltage and high voltage. Static electricity is what makes a balloon stick to your shirt, or what shocks you when you walk across a carpet and touch an object. It is pretty safe. Low voltage electricity is what we use in our homes and what powers our TVs computers and electronics. Shocks from low voltage sources are more extreme than a static shock, but not often deadly. High voltage electricity is what produces electricity on a massive scale, this is the electricity that powers entire towns, and what travels through power lines. This type of electricity can be deadly if not properly grounded.