To get started....

Check if your installation will need access and connection by answering some simple questions, and get your Self-Supply Code (CAU)

Access and connection process

1

Submit your request

  • Go to the My supplies section of the Private Area. Sign up!
  • We will ask you for the following information:
    • Personal details (name, ID no., email, telephone no.)
    • Details of the type of installation
    • Details of the location (name, land registry reference, capacity)
  • Send us the documents we specify.
  • Remember! The application must comply with the legal requirements for the process to be valid.

2

We give you the connection point and access

  • When we validate the documentation, we will assess the request, taking into account the features of your installation.
  • Don’t forget that your installation must comply with the legislation, regulations and technical documentation in force.
  • We will send you you the access and connection point.

3

We send you the technical and economical conditions

  • We need you to accept the access and connection quote we have prepared, and we will send you the technical and financial conditions.
  • If requested, you can make the payment.
  • In some cases, we may need to ask you for the following documentation before reviewing your installation:
    • The EIC
    • The 59N check report (for Medium Voltages).
    • The connection request

4

We check the installation and get the authorisation

  • Once we’ve reviewed your installation, you can get connected.
  • Don’t forget that you will need to sort out:
    • the technical contract with UFD or your distributor.
    • the access agreement with your supply company.
  • If you have a self-supply installation with a capacity of under 100 kW, you must register your self-supply in the corresponding register of your autonomous community.

1

Submit your request

  • Go to the My supplies section of the Private Area. Sign up!
  • We will ask you for the following information:
    • Personal details (name, ID no., email, telephone no.)
    • Details of the type of installation
    • Details of the location (name, land registry reference, capacity)
  • Send us the documents we specify.
  • Remember! The application must comply with the legal requirements for the process to be valid.

2

We give you the connection point and access

  • When we validate the documentation, we will assess the request, taking into account the features of your installation.
  • REE must confirm access to the transport network if the characteristics of the installation make this necessary, in accordance with current legislation.
  • We will let you know the accesss and connection point.

3

We send you the technical and economical conditions

  • We need you to accept the access point quote we have prepared and send and us the detailed project of your installation.
  • We will tell you when the
     project has been approved and send you the technical and financial conditions.
  • You can now make the payment.
  • And we will start carrying out the work.

4

We check the installation and get the authorisation

  • When the work has been completed, we will revise the measurement installation, give you the Universal Supply Point code (CUPS) and authorise connection.
  • Now you should contact the supply company of your choosing and sign the auxiliary services contract. You can find a list of supply companies at www.cnmc.es

Check if your installation will need access and connection, and get your Self-Supply Code (CAU)

Enter your personal information

Please note that...

The RDL 23/2020 has established an expiration mechanism for projects that have already been granted the access and connection authorisations.

If your project has already been granted authorisation, you can consult the issue date in the Private Area and carry out all the necessary processes.

Current legislation

Below you can find a list with part of the legislation that may be applied.

    • El RDL 15/2018  with urgent measures for the energy transition and consumer protection.
    • Act 24/2013, of 26 December, on the Electricity Sector.