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Czech Republic - Utilities (Gas, Water, Electricity)
Register at the service office of the regional distributor for your district. You will pay an administrative fee and arrange an advance payment for electric usage. A technician will come to your residence and connect a meter.
- Completed electric energy consumption registration application
- Occupational lease (or proof of ownership)
- Owner's approval for service connection (if leased)
- Czech citizen guarantor (if status is other than permanent resident)
Each region has a separate gas company. You must register with the one that services your district. In order to register you will need to provide a copy of the lease agreement or proof of ownership.
The Czech government sets the price of household gas. Gas usage is paid for in advance each month. A summary of use statement is generally issued annually.
Water consumption is generally included in the lease agreement. If you are the new owner of a property you must register with the Water and Sewerage Company in your district to continue service.
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