If there is an overpayment in your billing account, you can tell us what to do with it. Download the application, fill it out, sign it and send it back electronically or on paper and we’ll take care of the rest. The funds will be with you quickly and securely.
You can find the overpayment refund application here:
Yes. Customers should pay the amounts due according to the billing documents received. The VAT reduction and excise duty exemption will be reflected on the billing invoices covering the periods in which the VAT is to be reduced and the excise duty abolished.
From January 1, 2022 to May 31, 2022, the excise tax will be reduced from PLN 5 to PLN 0/MWh for energy consumed by customers classified in tariff group G.
VAT on electricity will be reduced from 23 to 5% for the period from January 1 to July 31, 2022.
The Anti-Inflation Shield, along with the Shield Supplement Act, contains 4 elements that Vendors (3 elements) and municipalities (1 element) are responsible for implementing. The Vendors will address areas consisting of: – reducing VAT on electricity from 23% to 5%. This change applies to all customers – application of excise tax exemption on electricity from 5 to 0 PLN/MWh for energy consumed by a household (all G tariff groups) – implementation of alternatives to disconnection of electricity in case of debt, and introduction of a support program for vulnerable customers and people under long-term home care (due to respiratory failure). Municipalities will implement: – shield allowance activities.
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We inform you that payments must be made to the account number that is in bold on the invoice, as this is your individual account number in our system. This number is not on the white list, because it is a subaccount to the account indicated below in the explanatory text. Therefore, only the main account appears on the whitelist.
Verify what period the invoice was issued for and how long the contract lasted. If the invoiced period is the duration of our contract – it is likely that you have not received an invoice for this period, or it is an invoice correcting a previous billing. If there are still discrepancies, please report them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Invoices to the new buyer will be issued from the effective date of the assignment, which is the date on which your Distribution System Operator accepts the change of customer at the point of consumption. However, the documents issued until the date of acceptance of the assignment notification will still be in the name of the previous buyer. This is due to the need to carry out the entire process of changing customers, which is time-consuming and beyond our control. The customer service office will inform both you and the other party to the cession contract of the accepted cession dates once they have been approved.
Correction invoices are usually issued in connection with the verification of metering data received from the Distribution Network Operator, concerning the amount of electricity consumed by you. According to the Energy Law Act of 10 April 1997, the Distribution Grid Operator is responsible for reading the metering and billing systems. It is on the basis of the data provided by the operator that the seller of electricity issues invoices for the electricity sold. According to the Distribution Grid Operation and Maintenance Instruction, the data provided by the Distribution Grid Operator can be corrected even up to 15 months before the month in which the correction is made. This means that by that time the metering data, which is the basis for the settlements for the electricity sold, may be changed, and therefore it is necessary to make retroactive corrections to the VAT invoices for the settlement periods already invoiced. After this correction is made the amount of invoiced electricity should coincide with the amount of electricity resulting from the distribution invoices issued by the Distribution Grid Operator. We would like to emphasize that the time of settlement data correction is completely independent from the energy seller.
The plan is to bill monthly for the month ahead based on declared consumption – hence monthly billing invoices for a similar amount. When we receive the reading from your Distribution System Operator (DSO), we will issue an invoice to compensate for the consumption of electricity, so that the invoiced kWh amount is consistent with the measurement and the period from the DSO. Then you may be charged a higher amount than usual or receive a billing invoice with the amount to be refunded. The overpayment means that you can offset the next billing invoice or receive the overpaid amount in your bank account.
The plan is to bill monthly for the previous month based on declared consumption – hence monthly billing invoices for a similar amount. When we receive the reading from your Distribution System Operator (DSO), we issue an invoice to equalize your electricity consumption, so that the invoiced kWh amount is consistent with the measurement and the period from the DSO. You may then be charged a higher amount than usual, or receive a billing invoice with an amount to be refunded. The overpayment means you can offset the next billing invoice, or receive the overpaid amount in your bank account.
Termin wskazany jest na fakturze. Termin płatności to 14 dni od daty wystawienia faktury.
Via the e-bok under “submissions”, via the helpline, or email email@example.com
Invoice viewing is available 24 hours a day at the e-bok service desk. You can also obtain invoice information by phone or e-mail. If you would like to receive an invoice again, please let us know when contacting the e-bok and we will send you a duplicate invoice.
We will credit the resulting overpayment against payments in the next billing period. However, if you wish to have the overpayment refunded to a designated bank account, we can transfer the funds based on a written request to be sent to our company’s mailing address.
Log in to e-bok – you will find your balance information on the home page.
You will find the number on every electricity or gas invoice. You can also check it on your e-bok account. Write the number of the invoice you are paying for in the title of the transfer.
The customer number can be found on the billing invoice after the symbol /K…. in the invoice number: FVE-R/K…/…/2021
In the interest of the environment, we print invoices in black and white – they are originals.