New connection implementation

You need to implement a new connection if you have real estate property where electricity connection is not available.

If you have changed your place of residence or your location (registered or actual address, etc.) and the new real estate property already has an electricity connection, please choose an electricity trader and contact it to apply for electricity supply. Additional information is available here.

To apply for the service or to find out the estimated cost of implementing a new connection, click on the button below to log in to the customer portal. You can also apply for the service at your electricity trader.

 Household  Business customer

If you need a construction project to implement new connection, information about construction project designers is available here! (information available in Latvian)

If you do not have the opportunity to apply for the service on the customer portal, we invite you to print out, fill in, sign and send the relevant application form to Application forms are available at


New connection implementation or load increase cost creation principles

New connection implementation  or load increase is a paid service, and the costs are calculated according to the required power and the amount of work to be carried out (for example, depending on the length of the needed cable, whether digging is required, whether electricity distribution box has to be installed, etc.).

The cost of implementing a new connection or load increase consists of two parts:

  • actual costs (installation, replacement of relocation of distribution box, pulling the cable to the distribution box, etc.);
  • eligible costs (costs of investments previously made in the electrical networks).


The average construction costs of the power networks of the preceding years (information available in Latvian)

The eligible costs of the distribution system for the assessment of the connection fee (information available in Latvian)

The eligible costs of the distribution system in 110/6 – 20 kV feeder substations (information available in Latvian)