For shared areas with small capacity and low consumption, without time commitment  



  • Payment plan of up to 6 interest-free installments
  • No adjustment clause
  • No binding contract
  • Subsidised by the State
How can I activate it?

To activate the product, contact us in one of the following ways.

Γ21 Business

Payment flexibility (up to 6 interest-free installments) with a credit card
No adjustment clause
No binding contract
Product subsidised by the State
Product description

Low-voltage business electricity supply product without time commitment, for use in offices, shops, small craft industries, workshops that have low consumption and low power. It is granted to units with a maximum installed capacity of  25 kVA.

The product is subsidised by the State (Energy Transition Fund subsidy) and allows for repayment in up to 6 interest-free installments with a credit card for amounts of €200 or more (VISA, MasterCard, and soon Diners issued by Alpha Bank).

Product Γ21Β has been assimilated to product Γ21.

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Answers about energy

Is the PPC bill discount still in effect?

The company's commercial and discount policy is in fact changing, adapting to new energy market situation as a result of the recent ministerial decisions. In the context of these new conditions, the largest amount collected in the Energy Transition Fund for the subsidy of all consumers, regardless of supplier, comes from PPC, as provided for by law on the basis of the company's specific characteristics.


What is the Energy Transition Fund?

It is a fund set up by the State, intended to compensate consumers for increases in energy bills caused by sharp market fluctuations. PPC makes the largest contribution to the fund, which is used to subsidize all consumers, regardless of their energy supplier.


How does the new situation influence the final price of energy rates? Are the new tariffs fixed priced as of 01.08.2022?

The Final price per kilowatt-hour (kWh) is the Initial nominal price of each energy company's kilowatt-hour minus the State Subsidy from the Energy Transition Fund. The new tariffs set to go into effect on 01.08.2022, are not fixed because the nominal kilowatt-hour price changes every month.


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