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The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) in Thailand will request to allow payment in installments

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Household power consumers and small businesses with payment arrears of more than one month can request the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) to allow payment in instalments.

The authority is offering this facility to help alleviate the difficulties of electricity users affected by Covid-19.

From August 16, you can pay for electricity for several months via PEA Smart Plus or counter service at 7-Eleven convenience stores, according to the PEA.

Any electricity consumer can apply for instalment arrangement to the local electricity office by preparing the following documents:

1. Identification card of the electricity consumer submitting the instalment scheme application or a lawyer (for identity verification)

2. Power of attorney and a copy of the person’s identity card (with signature)

3. A copy of the registration certificate legal entity, not older than three months from the date of issue of the certificate. (only for legal entities)

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