Power for housing association

Make your housing association greener with an electricity contract with iWatt

Green power for housing associations at iWatt

Finding an electricity supplier that suits your housing association's needs can be difficult.

There are so many electricity suppliers out there, all with different electricity contracts. We always advise you to do your research and find the electricity contract that suits you best.

If you have any questions, please call us on 81 10 81 10 or send us an email at Kundeservice@iWatt.dk

Vest
East

Business

West of the Great Belt

66

Øre/kWh excl. VAT

Electricity agreement with climate-friendly electricity sold to many types of businesses, such as agriculture, offices or shops.

Business

East of the Great Belt

65

Øre/kWh excl. VAT

Electricity agreement with climate-friendly electricity sold to many types of businesses, such as agriculture, offices or shops.

we've made it simple and easy to power your housing association

To make it simple and easy for you as a business, iWatt has a type of electricity contract for businesses - The Variable Electricity Contract. We take care of all the boring work when it comes to electricity contracts. So the only thing you need to focus on is running your business.

Are you a landlord or
electrician?

We've made it easy for you to be a landlord or electrical contractor. We don't think you should have to worry about who should be someone else's electricity supplier or which electricity contract they should choose. 

It should be easy and convenient to do your job.

That's why we've made it simple for you to set up power for your customers without having to do the hard work of finding an electricity supplier that suits your customer's needs.

Read more below and learn how you can make it easier for your organisation to manage electricity meters.

All electricity suppliers are required to charge electricity tax to the state and a transport contribution to the grid company that owns the grid in your area. The amount will be the same regardless of which electricity supplier you choose. For an average household, it is usually in the range of 150-180 cent per kWh.