The past few weeks there has been a lot of talk in about the payment of electricity bills and electricity usage and it could be an idea to easily monitor your electricity usage at Millennium Residence with the help of an app.
There has been reports all around Bangkok, and elsewhere, that many feel that the electricity bills has gone up quite drastically without any different usage patterns.
Monitor Your Electricity Usage @ Millennium Residence The Easy Way (h2)
One easy way to monitor your electricity usage at Millennium Residence in Bangkok is simply to download the official Metropolitan Electricity Authority app, MEA Smart Life.
Download the app by clicking the below links:
With this app, you can monitor your electricity usage at Millennium Residence with other handy features such as:
- Electronic Payment through online channels
- Usage history
- Current usage
- Power outages at present location
- Billing cycle
And much more
It is an extremely handy app helping you to properly monitor your electricity usage at Millennium Residence.
For tenants, you will need the condo owners phone number, meter number and Id data.
Discounted Electricity Bills Due To Covid-19
While we are on the subject on how you can monitor your electricity usage at Millennium Residence, we also get questions about the discounted electricity bills due to the Corona virus.
As with everything, you can get different answers depending on who you ask and when you ask so we dug up the press-release and Google translated it into English so bare with us if there are any translation mistakes in it.
“”According to the Cabinet (Cabinet) acknowledged the guidelines for implementing measures to help consumers affected by the coronary epidemic situation 2019 (COVID-19) as additional as the Ministry of Energy (Ministry of Energy). .)
Proposed on April 21, 2020, the Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA), a state enterprise under the Ministry of Interior Which is responsible for the electricity distribution system in Bangkok, Nonthaburi and Samut Prakan areas Ready to respond to government policy By implementing the said measures, it will help and alleviate the suffering to approximately 22 million household electric users in the amount of approximately 23,668 million baht (excluding VAT), with the following details:
- For household electricity users That uses no more than 150 units of electricity per month (Category 1.1 or 1.1.1), use electricity for free for 3 months during the electricity usage period from March to May 2020. If using more than 150 units within those 3 months, it will not be Classified as type 1.2 or 1.1.2
- For home electricity users Who use more than 150 units of electricity per month (Class 1.2 – 1.3 or Type 1.1.2-1.1.3), pay the monthly electricity cost for the electricity usage cycle from March to May 2020 by using the electricity usage unit of February 2020 as a reference base as follows
2.1 If the monthly electricity usage is less than the electricity consumed unit in February 2020, the electricity charge will be paid according to the actual electricity usage in that month.
2.2 If the monthly electricity usage is more than the electricity consumed in February 2020 but less than 800 units, the electricity charge shall be equal to the electricity consumed in February 2020.
2.3 If the monthly electricity usage is more than the electricity consumed in February 2020 and more than 800 units but less than 3,000 units, the electricity charge shall be paid equal to the electricity consumption of February 2020 plus the electricity cost for the unit more than the electricity usage Of February 2020 at the rate of 50% of the actual electricity cost
2.4 If the monthly electricity usage is greater than the electricity consumed unit of February 2020 and more than 3,000 units, the electricity charge shall be paid equal to the electricity consumption unit of February 2020 plus the electricity cost for the unit which is greater than the electricity consumed unit of February 2020 in 70 percent of the actual electricity bill
In order to facilitate the people, MEA will refund by deducting from the electricity bill of each month. By those who have already paid for electricity Will be deducted on the next bill of electricity bill. In addition, other past electricity subsidies will remain, such as a 3 percent reduction in electricity bills will be calculated after the reduction of all other measures. And including the measure to relax the minimum tariff for electricity And extend the payment period for 6 months with various types of electricity users Which can see details of the original measures at https://www.mea.or.th/content/detail/87/5317
If in doubt, you can ask via MEA’s social media channels, including Facebook: MEA, MEA,
Line @: @meathailand,
Twitter: @mea_news, or
MEA Call Center 1130, 24 hours a day.””