Effortless Electric Service Registration in Argentina

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What is it?

Electric service registration in Argentina is a process designed to connect your property to the national electric grid. This service is crucial for ensuring that you have a reliable and legal electricity supply, and it involves several administrative and technical steps including documentation, site inspections, and approvals by the power company.

Who needs it?

This service is essential for property owners, whether residential or commercial, who are setting up new electricity connections. It is also crucial for new tenants or real estate agents managing properties to ensure uninterrupted and legal electric service. Additionally, this serves expatriates or anyone new to the country who needs to understand the procedures for electric service setup in Argentina.


  1. Gather all required documents such as proof of residence, identity, and property ownership.
  2. Visit your local electricity provider’s office or website for the application form.
  3. Fill out the application form with accurate information about the property and the applicant.
  4. Submit the filled application form along with the required documents.
  5. Await notification from the electricity provider for a site inspection.
  6. Once the inspection is complete and approved, the electric service will be connected to the property.
  7. Receive a confirmation letter or email indicating that the electric service is active.

Required documents

  • Proof of residence (utility bill or rental agreement)
  • Identity proof (passport, DNI)
  • Proof of property ownership (title deed or sales agreement)

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Ensure all documents are updated and accurately filled to avoid delays.
  • Online applications are available for some service providers, which can speed up the process.
  • Be present during the site inspection to address any questions or issues.


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