Discount for e-bill

Continuation of digitization of EPS services

The right to a discount of 50 dinars on the electricity bill will be granted to customers at guaranteed supply who opt for the replacement of paper bills with electronic ones, the Assembly of Joint stock company Elektroprivreda Srbije has decided.

The Assembly accepted the Supervisory Board's proposal to reduce bills for households and small customers by 50 dinars starting from the first subsequent calculation from the day of receipt of the request for the delivery of an e-bill.

The replacement of paper bills with electronic ones is another step in the modernization and digitization process of Elektroprivreda Srbije and it represents the effort to provide households and small customers with a quick and simple insight into electricity consumption, as well as bill payment. Furthermore, EPS thus expresses social responsibility, i.e. responsibility towards the environment, because fewer paper bills means less paper waste and destruction of trees“, said the Minister of Mining and Energy, Dubravka Đedović Handanović, representative of the Government of the Republic of Serbia at the EPS Assembly.

The digital service, e-bill can be activated as of the December calculation by submitting a request electronically to (,,,,  ) or in person at EPS counters. The form can be downloaded from the website and at the counters of Elektroprivreda Srbije, and when applying, it is necessary to submit the billing number from the account and the electronic address for bill delivery. Customers will simply be able to activate the service on the View Your Bill portal.

Now we want to additionally motivate our citizens not to wait for a paper bill and not to queue up at the counter, because there is no need for that anymore. The e-bill significantly shortens the period from the date of bill issuance to the date of receipt by the customer. By replacing paper bills with electronic ones, which will also optimize the company's costs, we will also give a positive impulse to the preservation of the environment“, said Dušan Živković, EPS Acting Director.

EPS has intensified the digitization of customer services at the beginning of November with the launch of the new View Your Bill portal, which has so far registered almost 270,000 users. Soon, a mobile application will be available to customers in Serbian and English, with the possibility of sending notifications and submitting complaints.