Al Dakhiliya governor attends special workshop organised by Mazoon Electricity on new electricity tariff

The workshop covered the new electricity subsidy reformed policy and timeframe; types of target tariff; tariffs for residential groups; available channels for customers to update data; national support system and examples of changes in electricity bills for customers according to the new tariff

  
Al Dakhiliya governor attends special workshop organised by Mazoon Electricity on new electricity tariff

Muscat: To spread awareness about the newly announced electricity tariff, Mazoon Electricity Company, the leading electricity provider in Oman organised a special workshop which was attended by His Excellency Sheikh Hilal bin Said bin Hamdan Al Hajri, governor of Al Dakhiliya governorate along with several other officials.

The workshop covered the new electricity subsidy reformed policy and timeframe; types of target tariff; tariffs for residential groups; available channels for customers to update data; national support system and examples of changes in electricity bills for customers according to the new tariff.

The workshop was part of a wide awareness campaign Mazoon Electricity has planned to educate different stakeholders about the new tariffs using different channels. The company has been targeting different customers in all areas under Mazoon Electricity service coverage which are the governorates of Al Dakhiliya, South Al Sharqiya, North Al Sharqiyah, and South Al Batinah, in addition to the wilayat of Al Suwaiq of North Al Batinah governorate.

The objective of the workshops is to disseminate information, educate customers and provide important and accurate facts about the reformedelectricity tariff. A new tariff for electricity consumption will be gradually applied to all consumer groups from January 1, 2021.

Since the application of the new tariff depends on the accuracy of the customer data available to the company, Mazoon Electricity has urged customers to update their data as soon as possible, through the company's website (mzec.nama.om) or by going to the nearest Sanad Services Centre, with the required documents.

Mazoon Electricity continues to encourage customers to update their data on Mazoon Electricity website and seek information from its website and contact centre 80077771.

About Mazoon Electricity Company

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Mazoon Electricity Company SAOC (MZEC) is a closed Omani joint stock company registered under the Commercial Companies Law of Oman. The company is primarily undertaking regulated distribution and supply of electricity in Dakiliya, South Sharqiya, North Sharqiya, South Batinah governorates and Suwaiq in North Batinah governorate under a license issued by the Authority of Public services Regulation, Oman (Previously known as Authority Electricity Regulation - AER). The establishment and operations of the company are governed by the provisions of the Law for Regulation and Privatisation of the Electricity and Related Water Sector (the Sector Law) promulgated by the Royal Decree 78/2004.

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