Network service charges for small-scale production (max. 1,000 kVA) in low and medium voltage networks from 1 January 2022

Energy input into the network

VAT 0 % VAT 24 %  
Low voltage network (0.4 kV) 0.00 0.00 c/kWh
Medium voltage network (10 or 20 kV) 0.00 0.00 c/kWh

Energy output from the network

Each electricity plant must have a valid network service agreement entitling to the consumption of electricity, according to which the consumption network service charges specified in the network service price list are charged.

Selling small-scale production

To sell small-scale production into the electricity network, you must enter into an agreement with the electricity vendor of your choice. Information on electricity vendors that buy small-scale production can be found, for example, in the electricity comparison service provided by the Energy Authority.

The valid Network Service Terms approved by the Energy Authority will apply to the network service presented in the price list.

What do we mean by metering method?

General Electricity

When you opt for our general electricity contract, you always pay the same price (24/7). This metering method is most commonly used in smaller homes; e.g. in apartment blocks and terraced houses.

Night-time Electricity

When you opt for night-time electricity metering, the price for electricity varies according to time of day; day-time metering applies e.g. from 7 AM to 10 PM, and night-time metering applies from 10 PM to 7 AM. Please note that different distribution network suppliers apply different cut- off times for metering, and you should take this into consideration when estimating consumption. Night-time metering is very popular in terraced and detached houses where the primary heat source is direct electrical heating.

Seasonal Electricity

Your electricity consumption can also be metered seasonally either as winter-day energy and other period energy. This metering method is popular with detached houses and vacation homes, which have water- circulated, heat-storing floor-heating and dual-rate metering. During summer season and winter nights, electricity is most affordable.