Light up your home with smaller bills
Why choose Eesti Gaas?
Eesti Gaas offers electricity two times cheaper than the market leader, and our fixed price is 20% lower.
All electricity packages come without pre-payments or monthly fees; there are no hidden costs.
Electricity distribution network costs are included in the same bill, making payments convenient – it takes just one transfer.
Anyone can sign up for electricity contract – you do not need to be a gas consumer beforehand to do so.
However, if you are a customer of our gas services, then you will find it particularly useful to buy electricity from us also. Because the more services you use at Eesti Gaas and more energy you consume, the better is the price of individual services.
If nature conservation and environment are important to you, you can choose to buy electricity exclusively from renewable energy sources at Eesti Gaas. All business customers contributing to green energy will receive a “Eco-friendly contribution” certificate from us.
First of all, the ongoing contract must be terminated by notifying the current provider 30 days in advance. The electricity contract usually starts from the first day of the month and must be concluded no later than 21 days before the 1st day of the month, with the exception of those entering into a new network contract, who will be able to enter into an electricity contract from the same day as the network contract. Electricity contracts can be concluded by anyone on whose behalf the measuring point network agreement is concluded.
The easiest way to enter into an electricity contract is through our e-service.
The fixed price electricity package “Fixed” provides a fixed electricity price for a period of 1 to 2 years. Market price fluctuations do not affect the invoices, and the price of kWh of electricity remains the same for each month. You can choose between a two-tariff and a one- tariff option, in both cases the calculation of the price is based on the hours consumed.
Electricity contracts with an exchange price are indefinite. The price per kWh changes according to the hourly rates of the Nord Pool Spot (NPS) stock exchange, meaning it is possible to gain from the discounted price periods at the exchange, while also being prepared for a price increase.
Eesti Gaas purchases electricity from Nord Pool Spot and sells it to its customers by adding a small commission, as all market participants.