How much does reconnection cost?
The costs of reconnecting both the electricity and gas supply is approximately double the connection costs paid when the supply is first registered.
Electricity reconnection costs vary depending on the voltage, and gas costs are different depending on the Autonomous Community.
What is the reconnection of a supply?
The reconnection of a supply is the connection between the customer’s installation and the distribution company's network, for the second time and any subsequent times.
That is, it means repeating a connection from a supply network to an installation after one had been made in the past but for some reason the supply was cancelled or cut off.
For example, a reconnection of the supply may occur after a cut off due to non-payment by the customer, or it may also be due other reasons unrelated to the customer (due to a fault or repair or maintenance, etc.). In these cases, the cost of reconnection will be borne by the customer and by the distributor, respectively.
How long does it take to reconnect the electricity?
For a reconnection, the estimated connection time is usually a maximum of 24 hours.
Shown below are some reconnection costs as a reference: