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EDF particuliers

foreign residents


You already live in France as a residential customer or you wish to buy a second home or settle anywhere in France? EDF can simplify your everyday life and help you with your housing projects.

your tariff
Your bill consists of two main items : the subscription fee and the price of energy consumed, which depends on your tariff option.

Thanks to the “Conseil Juste Prix” (Right Price advice, a personalised study of your energy consumption habits, your electric appliances and the level of comfort you wish), your EDF representative can give you the rates and tariffs that are best suited to your needs.

learn more about the EDF tariffs*

your method of payment
You can pay your bills online*, by direct debit, by mail (check), by phone (credit card) or by check or cash at your EDF local shop.

If you prefer budget your expenses over the year, you can pay a monthly sum determined by a calculated estimation of your electricity consumption. You just need to download this form* (PDF 62 Kb) and to provide a bank statement for your monthly payment to be automatically deducted from your bank account. This service is free, secure and easy to use.

pay your bill online*

your electricity meter readings
Your electricity meters are checked every six months at the same period of the year. You can subscribe to the ‘Relevé Confiance’ service (Confidence meter readings contract) to check them on your own and submit them online*, by phone (0033 820 333 433, local rate within France only) or to your EDF local shop*. However EDF must check your electricity meters at least once a year.

submit your electricity meter readings online*

your online agency
If you’re a residential customer, you can subscribe to the EDF online agency to submit your electricity meter readings, edit your personal data, modify your contract, view your bills, check your energetic consumption, subscribe to new offers and services and benefit from many others services. Don’t hesitate: it’s free and secure !

go to the online agency*

Please dial the following below telephone numbers according to your localization:
local rate within France only

*French only

electricity in France

  • France uses electricity at approximately 220 volts/50hz like most of the world outside of North America.

  • If you come from a country where appliances are designed for 110 volts/60hz, you will need a voltage converter or a transformer depending on the type of appliances or equipment you plan to use in France.

  • As the wall outlets configurations can be different in France from your country, you may also have to buy plug adapters (be careful: plug adapters don't change the voltage).