KAHRAMAA holds workshops for authorized contractors on service connection to ezab
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Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation “KAHRAMAA” held
two workshops at KAHRAMAA main building for authorized electrical contractors
on application requirements and procedures of electricity connection to livestock farms (ezab).
The workshops were attended by a number of authorized electrical
contractors who were reviewed a detailed presentation about the conditions and
procedures of online application of electricity connection to livestock farms (ezab)
by KAHRAMAA officials form Customer Services and Information Technology
Departments. The online application of connection requests starts on 8th
August 2018 via KAHRAMAA website.
Applications are submitted online via KAHRAMAA website where the
authorized contractor applies after ensuring all technical requirements are
observed and internal wirings are installed as per KAHRAMAA standards. The
contractor can track the request online until feed payment and connection
The workshops aim at educating the authorized contractors on the
requirements of online application of electricity connection requests to ezab.
KAHRAMAA officials answered all contractors’ inquiries about connection and
application. For the electricity connection request to be accepted, the livestock
farm should have water connection. Otherwise, both electricity and water
connection requests can be submitted.
This service is one of the smart services KAHRAMAA provides within
the continual improvement of services as per the highest standards to increase
customer satisfaction. With the e-services, customers can complete their requests
online and at their convenience without visiting any of KAHRAMAA service
Customers and ezab owners can find authorized electrical
contractors list on KAHRAMAA website km.qa. KAHRAMAA has recently announced
that it would start receiving applications for electricity connection to ezab
as of 8th August in 6 livestock farm complexes including more than
5000 blocks through different substations costing QR250 m.