Gas, Electricity and Water in Monaco

Moving in? Information on the essential services in Monaco and how to get them connected to your home or office in Monaco. Who to call and what paperwork to have handy in order to get your electricity, gas and water connected...

Monaco has a combination of state owned and private utilities, with private electricity and gas being run by the state and commercial supply provided by private organisations.

Read further for information about setting up utilities in your household - electricity, gas and water - and your expectations from the process.

Gas and Electricity

Société Monégasque de l'Electricité et du Gaz (SMEG) is the national gas and electricity supplier in Monaco. There is no other supplier.

The SMEG website has information (in French) on the price of electricity and gas per unit as well as suggestions on how to reduce bills.

Opening an Account

In order to initiate service, the following documents must be taken to the SMEG office:

  • Proof of identity
  • Proof of address

A ten-digit client number will be issued which should be included on all correspondence.

  • For an online guide to the gas rates: Click here
  • For an online guide to the electricity rates: Click here

Moving House

When leaving Monaco or moving to another house or apartment contact SMEG with the proposed leaving date. The contract will be cancelled and a final bill sent.


Water service is provided by Société Monégasque des Eaux. Some apartment buildings include water service in the general charges.