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How much does it cost to register for a new contract?

How much does it cost to register for a new contract?

The costs of activating a new electricity supply, and of re-activating a supply not used for more than 5 years are set forth in Spanish Royal Decree 1434/2002, December 14th. Said costs are also associated with items relating to the new contracting and will come included in the bill. These items are:

  • Access rights: will be charged when contracting a new supply, or for capacity expansion of an existing supply.
  • Expansion Rights: will be charged when the infrastructure of a Distributing Company is used, when contracted capacity is expanded for already existing rights, or if the supply point has not been used for more than 3 years.

Other contracting expenses associated with the purchase and installation of meter equipment, the charge of a deposit, fees, etc. may exist. In the case of the deposit, the amount paid will be reimbursed upon payment of the final bill prior to contract termination.

Registration costs for a new gas supply

The costs of activating a new gas supply or the costs of re-activating a supply not used for more than 5 years, are set forth in Royal Decree 1434/2002, December 14th. Said costs are also associated with items relating to the new contracting and are included in the bill. These items are:

  • Connection rights refers to the economic compensation charged by the gas Distributing Companies for carrying out the necessary installations and/or operations to set up a new gas supply point or to expand the capacity of an existing supply point. In the case that a supply contract is terminated, the connection rights will continue for the supply or consumption points that were paid during a period of 5 years.
  • Registration rights refer to the economic compensation received by the gas Distributing Companies when a new user signs up for a piped gas supply service. The Distributing Company will inspect the reception facility, once notice has been received from the authorised installer. The Company will then proceed to install and seal the user's measurement equipment. Registration rights apply to new supplies and to the expansion of existing supplies. These rights include coupling services and installation verification.