On October 21, 2013, the Government issued Decree No. 137/2013/ND-CP on detailing implementation of several articles of the Electricity Law and the Law on amending and supplementing several articles of the Electricity Law and regulating several conditions for sales and purchase contract of domestic electricity.
Specifically, electricity seller has a distribution power grid eligible for electricity supply, meeting the demand of electricity purchaser; the electricity purchaser must have full civil act capacity as prescribed by law and must have a request for electricity purchase enclosed with copy of one of the following papers: Permanent residence book or temporary residence book, certificate of house ownership or decision on house allocation; valid contract of house purchase and sale; contract of house rent with duration of 01 year or more…
The electricity purchaser is customer who uses electricity with average consumption electricity yield of 1,000,000 kWh/month or more and perform guarantee measures for implementation of contract before contract of electricity purchase and sale comes into effect. Value to guarantee implementation of contract is agreed by parties, but does not exceed 15-day electricity charge, calculated on the basis of monthly average consumption electricity yield registered in contract of electricity purchase and sale and the applied price of normal-hour electric power.
Voltage and frequency for electricity use must ensure the following standards: In normal conditions, the permitted difference of voltage is about ± 5% in comparison with nominal voltage of power grid; the permitted frequency difference of electrical system is about ± 0,2Hz in comparison with nominal frequency of 50Hz…
This Decree takes effect on December 10, 2013.
To download this Decree, please click this link: 54927_137-2013-ND-CP
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