Larger main fuse

When your power consumption increases, you may need a larger connection. Increasing the connection size means increasing the size of the main fuses. Ask your electrical contractor to check the size of connection that would cover your needs. The contractor also carries out the practical job of replacing your main fuses with larger ones and notifies the electricity company.

Inspection of the metering centre connection cable

In conjunction with increasing the main fuse size, the contractor will check that the on-site metering centre and connection cable correspond to the new connection size. If changes are necessary, the electrical contractor will carry these out. When replacing the metering centre, we remove the meter from the old centre and connect it to the new centre. For this work, you will be charged a metering modification charge.

Additional connection charge

When increasing the connection size, we issue a new connection contract for the property and make an additional connection charge. The charge is equal to the difference between the connection charges corresponding to the new and old main fuse sizes in the zone price list areas I and II. In other cases, the charge is determined by the network costs, being at least the difference between the connection charges in the zone price list.

When you increase the connection size, we check the dimensioning of our network and make the necessary changes. Possible modification work is included in the additional connection charge. This is to ensure that the electricity quality is sufficient and it is safe to use. Connection price list.

Amending the network service contract

When the larger main fuse is installed, the basic fees change to correspond to the chosen main fuse size. At this point it is worth checking if there is a better alternative among the network service contracts. Our customer service will advise you how to compare. Network service price list.