MEA suggests ONLINE channels for consumers to reduce COVID-19 risks

MEA suggests ONLINE channels for consumers to reduce COVID-19 risks

Mr. Chaturon Suriyasin, Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) Assistant Governor and spokesperson, expressed condolences to the bereaved and his concern for electricity consumers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

To reduce risk of catching COVID-19, he said, customers are recommended to use online channels to lodge their requests for electricity services, specifically the modern and convenient solutions provided by MEA, as this will avoid the need to leave home and travel. 

*E-payment transactions can be made through the following channels:  

1. MEA Smart Life Application (free download at;  

2. Automatic banking transaction;  

3. Direct debit via credit card;  

4. Mobile Banking;  

5. Internet Banking 

*Requests for new electricity service installations and increased electricity meter size can be made through MEASY at

*Avoid losing documents: register to receive electricity documents including bills, receipt and tax invoices at

*MEA Smart Life Application is a one-stop application for all kinds of electricity matters. Report a power outage with just 2 clicks. Check electricity payment history up to 6 months. Bill payments can be made through: Visa, MasterCard, BluPay credit card or easy and speedy payment with Barcode -QR code at counter services. Other MEA services such as electric usage history in graph form and many more functions are also available.

Stay safe at home, keep your distance from COVID-19. 

“Stay Home, Stop the Disease from Spreading for Thailand” 

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