CONNECTION, RECONNECTION, TRANSFER
When the customer is a natural person he must bring along the following documents:
For Account tansfer the charge is €7,5 + VAT for the following cases :
Account transfer from a diceased relative to another member of the family after showing a death certificate
For the rest of the transfer cases the charge on the bill remains €15.
When the customer is a legal person (company) the following documents must be brought along:
Certificate of Registration of the Company
Certificate of shareholders of the Company and of the Managers
Stamp of the Company
Deposit (Applies only to tenants. The owners are charged on the first bill.)
Application for electricity supply duly signed on behalf of the Company by an authorised person legally representing the Company. The Authorization must be certified by an authorized official.
A Guarantee Letter/ Document must also be signed by a Director of the company, or a person representing the company legally, and in very rare cases by a Shareholder. You can get this document at any EAC Customer Service Center. If the guarantee document is not signed in the presence of an EAC employee, it must be certified by a Certifying officer.
For the reconnection of the supply of electricity, following disconnec tion of supply for nonpayment or illegal interference with EAC installations, the customers should have first paid any amount due to the authority including reconnection fees.
DISCONNECTION OF CUSTOMERS AND ISSUE OF FINAL ACCOUNTS
AT CUSTOMER' S REQUEST
When the customer is a natural person he must proceed with one of the following two actions:
The customer should sent a letter or a fax duly signed and giving all necessary information of his account
The customer should visit the Office or the CSC of the Authority’s bringing along his identity card or his passport
If the customer’s last bill is outstanding he must proceed with the settlement of his account and disconnection of the supply and issue of the final account will follow.
When the customer is a legal person it must proceed in one of the following two ways:
Send a letter duly signed and stamped on the Company’s letterhead giving all necessary information of its account
A duly authorized representative of the company should visit the Office or the CSC bringing along his identity card (except a Manager or a shareholder who must bring along a certificate of shareholders or Managers and his own identity card)
If the customer’s last bill is outstanding this should be settled and disconnection and the issue of the final account will follow.
Due to non payment of account for electricity or due to illegal interference with the Authority’s installations
The Electricity Law gives the right to EAC to proceed with disconnection of the supply of electricity to all premises of the customer for which payment of electricity bills are outstanding beyond the time limits prescribed by the Law and/or the customer has illegally interfered with the Authority’s installations.