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Due to scheduled maintenance work on our IT systems, the e-service will be unavailable from 20:00 on 19 April until 07:00 on 22 April. On 20 April, the offices of Eesti Energia and the service points located in the post offices of Eesti Post will be closed. Elektrilevi’s fault notification number 1343, via which you can notify us about power outages, will be operating normally. We apologise for any possible inconveniences!
This year Elektrilevi has installed 2.1 million euros worth of automation in the power network to reduce the number of customers left without an electricity supply and to limit the duration of power cuts following a breakdown. The investments we have made over the years in automation have helped prevent power cuts in 184,400 households in this year alone.
There are over 10,000 apartments and private houses in Tallinn that still get their electricity supply through the old 3x200 volt power system built up to 80 years ago. Elektrilevi strongly recommends customers on this supply change to the newer 3x230/400 V power system, as the old voltage poses electrical and fire hazards and causes frequent power outages.
Ericsson Estonia has been declared the successful tenderer in the public procurement organised by network operator Elektrilevi for the supply and installation of nearly 630,000 remote-readable meters over the next four years.
Elektrilevi's new network service price lists, approved by the Competition Authority on 13 April, will enter into force on 1 August 2012.
Every year thunderstorms cause thousands of breakdowns that can damage sensitive electronic equipment. To protect your equipment from damage, unplug it before lightning strikes if there is a thunderstorm or use specially designed protection devices.