2013-03-13 06:55:32 -
The Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) is all set to implement its much- discussed and disseminated policy to stop paper billing from the very first day of the next month (April 1, 2013), replacing with e- bills mechanism.
As part of its ongoing efforts and campaign to conserve environment and reduce Carbon emissions, Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) has already launched E-bill service under the slogan “Be with us and sign up for e- bill service”, for its customers via e-mail. The move has been well- communicated to the customers through various ways and means applying suitable communication channels.
The customers can benefit from such service via logging into its website “km.qa” and registering their e-mails. The
new service will allow customers to receive their electricity and water bills via e-mail as they will receive SMS once the bill is issued.
Customers can now pay bills through KAHRAMAA’s website (km.qa), its call centre (991), Ooredoo and Qatar National Bank self-service machines, i-phone application and other banks. Bills can be paid from outside Qatar as well.
The environment-friendly policies and practices of KAHRAMAA is in line with Qatar National Vision 2030, achieving transparency and endeavors to increase customers’ satisfaction by applying continual development and improvement mechanism.
About Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA):
The Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) is a state owned corporation funded fully by the State of Qatar. KAHRAMAA has the privilege of being the sole transmission and distribution system owner and operator (TDSOO) for the electricity and water sector in Qatar.
Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation “KAHRAMAA” was established in July 2000 in terms of Law # 10 to regulate and maintain the supply of electricity and water to customers. Since its inception, KAHRAMAA has operated as an independent corporation on a commercial basis.