Frequently asked questions

Who carries out clearance work on power line routes and protection zones?
How are land owners notified about the scheduled clearance work on power line routes and protection zones?
How are land owners notified about the scheduled electrical network maintenance work?
How do you know when clearance work on power line routes and protection zones will start if you have received an information notice?
Are there exceptional situations when power line maintenance work may be carried out without notifying the land owners in advance?
May land owners cut down the trees near a power line themselves?
What steps should be taken by the owner who has the approval for cutting down a tree near a power line and received information from Sadales tīkls that there is a need for electricity supply disconnection for safety purposes during work?
Is electricity supply disconnection a paid service?
What do the marks “point” or “X” on the trees growing in power line protection zones and routes mean?
Who owns the cut down bushes, trees and their branches?
What to do if the area has not been cleaned up after the clearance work on a power line route or a protection zone?
May the land owner qualify for a tax relief if the area of the property is crossed by a power line?