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ActewAGL Distribution connection contracts, terms and conditions, and charges
Below you will find documentation relating to connections to ActewAGL Distribution.
Your rights and obligations as our customer are set out in the terms and conditions for ongoing supply services summarised in the ActewAGL Distribution Customer Charter.
The Customer Charter contains information on:
The deemed standard connection contract applies to customers who consume less than 100MWh of electricity per annum. These terms and conditions cover your rights and obligations as our customer and include items such as site access and notifications of network outages.
Customers who take supply of electricity at their premises are automatically deemed to have accepted this contract at the time they first take supply. The exception to this is where a customer requests a new connection or an alteration to an existing connection and this customer is the same customer that will take supply of energy.
In this instance the deemed contract will take effect when the contract for a physical connection is accepted by the customer.
Natural gas network
Your rights and obligations as an ActewAGL Distribution gas customer are outlined in our gas customer charter. This document contains information such as minimum service standard and rebates and energisation and re-energisation process and timeframes as well as references for further information.
This service relates to the supply (not sale) of electricity. The terms and conditions which apply are based on the demand load of the premises.
Deemed standard connection contract
As a gas distribution customer, we will respect the terms and conditions of our Deemed standard connection contract. This contract covers the following main areas:
If someone residing at your premises depends on the following electrically-operated life support equipment you are entitled to register for life support. Learn more about registering your premises for life support.
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