To register the Light at your point of supply it is necessary to take into account that you will be required a series of essential documents depending on whether it is a newly built house or a house after a recent low.
The property is newly built, and therefore, never had connection to the electricity supply. To register an electricity contract, you must take into account that the power requested to contract does not exceed the maximum allowable for your installation. The contracted power must adapt as much as possible to the power you are going to need. If the installation has not been carried out, you should contact the Distributor of the area.
The property was removed at the owner's wish. If the previous holder of the contract terminated the electricity supply and less than 3 years have passed since the date of withdrawal, the new holder must not pay all the registration fees. Causes of low power supply:
- Default situation.
- Situation of sale of the property.
- Rental situation of the property.
The documentation necessary to register the light is as follows:
- 1. Details of the contract holder.
- 2. Supply point address and CUPS number.
- 3. Fair title: Deed of ownership, lease, purchase document, etc.
- 4. Cadastral reference.
- 5. CIF or NIF. In the case of a company, the power of attorney or corresponding authorization.
- 6. Bank Account number where payments will be domiciled.
- 7. Required technical documentation.
In the case of First Occupation, the Certificate of Electrical Installation and the Document justifying the processing of low voltage installations must be presented (The registration document has the same validity).
In the case of Second Occupation, the technical documentation must be submitted in the following cases:
1. Electrical Installation Certificate (CIE) or Electrical Bulletin: This certificate is delivered by the authorized technician after instillation ensuring that it meets the requirements set forth in current regulations. It must be issued by an authorized technician to seal it. The CIE expires at age 20 and must be renewed.
- - When a modification of the installation and / or voltage changes is made.
- - When a power extension is carried out over the maximum permissible of the installation. To register a supply point you must take into account that the requested power does not exceed the maximum admissible of the Low Voltage Electrical Installation Certificate. In the event that the requested power exceeds that admitted, you must provide us with a new bulletin that you can request from your electrician.
2. Bulletin of Recognition of Electrical Installations (BRIE) or Blue Bulletin: If your property is located in Catalonia, you will also have to provide the Blue Light Bulletin, a certificate that guarantees compliance with the safety parameters required in the Autonomous Community. The BRIE has an expiration of 6 months.
2.1.- When the installation is older than 20 years in installations with maximum permissible powers up to 20 kW.
2.2.- When an extension is carried out and the resulting final power does not exceed more than 50% of the minimum regulated load according to the type of premises, or 20 kW. The CIE may be replaced by BRIE if the extension does not exceed 50% of the initial maximum permissible power, does not exceed 20 kW and is not a place of public attendance.
2.3.- When registering for second occupancy in installations with a power of less than or equal to 20 kW; No change of activity. The CIE may be replaced by the BRIE, if the cancellation of the previous contract has been made less than three years ago.
It is no longer necessary to provide the Certificate of habitability extended by the provincial Agency of the Ministry of Public Works or autonomous community, or final qualification card, which was previously required.
Houses in buildings, townhouses or single-family houses
Commercial premises or offices
Common Services in residential, commercial or office buildings.
Pumps for lifting or extracting water.
CIE = Certificate of Low Voltage Electrical Installation sealed by an EIC or by the Dpt. Of Industruia.
BRIE = Bulletin for the Recognition of Low Voltage Electric Insations.
Who is responsible for discharging the light?
Once we have the necessary documentation in the registration process, two actors will intervene:
• The marketer manages the registration process.
• The distributor receives the request for registration by the marketer. This is who is responsible for connecting the supply and monitor that it works properly.
In order to register a supply point, it will be essential to pay the electricity discharge rights. These rights will be paid to the Distributor of the area.
Rights of connection. In accordance with the provisions of article 49 of Royal Decree 1995/2000, of December 1, the service will have to be paid the economic consideration that must be paid to the Distribuidora company for the actions necessary to meet a new supply or to the extension of an existing one. Being these:
- Extension fee: € 17,374,714 / kW that exceeds what is recognized.
- Access fee: € 19,703137 / kW, which also exceeds what is recognized.
If it is a discharge after a reduction of less than 3 years, the user will not have to pay the extension fee.
Engagement rights. According to article 50 of Royal Decree 1995/2000, the distributors may obtain economic perceptions for the operation of electrically coupling the receiving facility to their networks, who must carry out this operation under their responsibility. The amount of the entitlement rights is € 9,044,760.
If it is a discharge after a reduction of less than 3 years, the user will not have to pay the engagement rights.
Verification rights. Article 50 of RD 1995/2000 also establishes that the verification rights must be paid to the consumer when the distribution company carries out the operation. The amount of the same is € 8.011716.
Down Payment. According to the provisions of article 79 of Royal Decree 1995/2000, it is the amount to be delivered at the time of contracting for an amount equal to the theoretical billing for the month corresponding to 50 hours of use of the contracted power. It is paid as a deposit to cover future unpaid bills from the point of supply.
These rights are paid only once to the distributor of your area on your first invoice.
Price when High light is given by recent low.
If it were decided to carry out a discharge at a supply point with a loss of less than 3 years, that is, after a recent low in a single-phase installation.
|3,45 kW||77,01 €||93,18 €|
|4,6 kW||99,67 €||120,60 €|
|5,75 kW||122,33 €||148.02 €|
|6,9 kW||145,35 €||175,87 €|
|8,05 kW||167,65 €||202,86 €|
|9,2 kW||190,30 €||230,26 €|
|10,35 kW||212,96 €||257,68 €|
Price for giving High light for low over 3 years.
On the other hand, if it is a supply point with a loss of more than 3 years in a single-phase installation, the costs of the extension fee must also be paid and, therefore, the total cost will be much higher.
|3,45 kW||136,95 €||165,71 €|
|4,6 kW||179,59 €||217,30 €|
|5,75 kW||222,23 €||268,90 €|
|6,9 kW||264,87 €||320,49 €|
|8,05 kW||307,51 €||372,09 €|
|9,2 kW||350,14 €||423,67 €|
|10,35 kW||392,78 €||475,26 €|
How to register the light?
Therefore, it is essential to have an electrical installation before the procedure with Lumisa. In the event of not having it, you must request it from the Distributor in your area or from an installation company. The management will be carried out by means of a previous budget that will be qualified by the qualified technicians.