We can add to our Network only these consumption places which are located in our operating area (Läänemaa ja Viimsi vald). We charge a fee for connecting to the power Network. In the following tabel You can find our prices.
|In fixed tariff area||Outside of fixed tariff area|
|Price, €/Amp||Price, €/Amp|
|New connection||80,40||calculated on the basis of actual expenses|
|Increasing the amperage of a main fuse||80,40||calculated on the basis of actual expenses|
|Changing to a three-phase connection:||38,40||calculated on the basis of actual expenses|
|Project management fee||0,00||3% of actual expenses|
To connect your place of consumption to the power network, you will have to submit a connection application so that we can sign a connection contract with You.
From 1st of February 2020 new fee – 3% of total cost of connection fee is added to connection services for projects which are outside of fixed tariff area. The minimum fee for project management is 60,00 euros (w/o VAT).
Audit about the conformity with the requirements of an electrical installation
Before accepting and approving electrical work performed by you in accordance with the Equipment Safety Act, a pre-commissioning audit must be carried out. In the case of a temporary low voltage electrical installation not exceeding 35 A, a pre-commissioning audit is not required if the builder of the electrical installation confirms in writing the conformity of the electrical installation and the safety of use on the basis of measurement and testing results, visual inspection and documentation. All work carried out by themselves is the responsibility of the electrical work contractor ordered by the party to be connected, but the responsibility for the electrical installation lies still with the holder of the electrical installation, who also decides when to energise the electrical installation. Therefore, the holder of the electrical installation submits an application for the energisation of the electrical installation to the system operator in whose area of operation the electrical installation is located.
By submitting the application, the holder declares that the electrical installation in their possession is ready for energisation. In doing so, it assumes responsibility for the damage and risks that could be caused by energising. The system operator shall energise the electrical installation based on the request after having determined from the technical surveillance information system established pursuant to §12 of the Equipment Safety Act that an audit has been carried out on the electrical installation, the conclusion of which is that the equipment is technically in order and that it is safe to use it for its intended purpose and in such a way. In the case of a temporary low voltage electrical installation up to 35 A, please attach a declaration of conformity issued by the builder of the electrical installation to the application for energisation.
In the case of electrical installations previously connected to the network, a pre-commissioning audit is required to be carried out only if the technical parameters of the installation are substantially altered (§ 4(3) of the Construction Code). An important alteration can be considered replacing a single-phase network connection with a three-phase network connection or increasing the rating of the main fuse by more than two levels.
In the case of a proper low voltage installation in use the rated current of the protection equipment installed in front of the supply line of which is up to 35 A (§ 11(4) of Regulation No. 86), a written confirmation (declaration) by the builder of the electrical installation on the conformity of the built electrical installation is sufficient.