Toleration payment for utility networks
Toleration payment for utility networks is a compensation paid to a landowner for tolerating the power network, which is paid only on the basis of an application. Basis for paying toleration payments and processing applications »
Elektrilevi OÜ is paying a toleration payment for tolerating cable lines on land units with the intended purpose of use of profit yielding land, and substations inside buildings.
Applying for toleration payment
Elektrilevi owns a wide power distribution network that is located on approximately 390 000 land units. If the power network is located on your immovable property, you can apply for payment for tolerating the power network.
Toleration payment for the current year is paid at the latest on 30th September of the same year if the application has been submitted at the latest by 1st May of the current year.
The location of cable lines owned by Elektrilevi and the right to receive toleration payment can be checked in the Land Board Toleration payment calculator.
Only the owner of an immovable property or their authorized representative has the right to submit the application.
The application can also be submitted digitally signed via e-mail to [email protected]
If the immovable property consists of multiple immovable properties (i.e. multiple cadastral units), one application can include up to three cadastral register numbers.
If a landowner wishes to submit an application for many immovable properties, land units in a table can be added to the digitally signed application.
Scope of the restricted zone
The location of the lines belonging to Elektrilevi and the right of receiving the Compensation for Utility Networks can be checked using the Land Board's geoportal.
|The restricted zone of the overhead contact line extends over both side of the line axes||Underground cable restricted zone from the outermost cables||Restricted zone for substations and switchgears from the fence, wall or device|
|up to 1 kV||2 m||1 m||2 m|
|1 to 35 kV overhead cable||3 m|
|1 kV to 35 kV||10 m|
|35 kV to 110 kV||25 m|