If you need LUMA’s support to complete your work, or if you are interested in becoming a LUMA supplier, you will find relevant and helpful information here.
Our electric professionals are a very special audience for us. Without them, we would not be able to provide the robust and safe electrical service we deserve. They are the ones who prepare a property and make it suitable for connection to the electric grid, the ones who certify that the electrical infrastructure of a building is in good condition, the ones who lend us a hand when a problem arises that affects our electric service, the ones who add or eliminate electrical outlets, switches, lamps, etc., the ones who install our appliances, our renewable energy systems, in short, they are essential professionals. In Puerto Rico, these professionals are registered and require a license to operate. The two main professional groups that represent them are:
If you are in need of the services of any of these professionals, and do not know who to turn to, both organisations provide directories for public use. Remember: You should always use licensed professionals for any electrical work you need. This way you protect people on your property and you also protect our first line personnel.
In this area we will have content that is relevant to this very important audience. Our licensed electricians and electrical engineers are invited to come back soon to find downloadable forms, procedures, and other information that will help you complete your projects efficiently and safely.
If you are a project developer or work in construction, we will have content that is relevant to you in this section. Please come back soon to find downloadable forms, procedures, and other information that will help you complete your projects.
This section will have information relevant to suppliers and potential suppliers. Learn about our requests for proposals (RFPs).
LUMA, as agent of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority pursuant to the Transmission and Distribution Maintenance and Operation Agreement dated June 22, 2020, can only receive goods or services from pre-qualified vendors that have been awarded a valid purchase order and/or contract. Contractors must only deliver goods and/or services after receiving a fully executed purchase order or contract, and as described in the PO or contract. LUMA cannot issue any payment for goods or services delivered without a PO or contract in place which has been duly registered at the Office of the Comptroller of Puerto Rico.
If you are a professional that works with easements, we will have content that is relevant to you in this section. Please come back soon to find downloadable forms, procedures, and other information that will help you complete your work.
This section aims to provide information and tools to people or organizations interested in developing distributed generation projects or renewable energy projects that will be interconnected with LUMA.
If you are interested in starting such a project, you can:
a) Register in our portal for these projects.
b) See projects that are in process.
c) Consult our map of hosting capacity for distributed generation projects to identify areas of opportunity around the island.
We are also available at [email protected] for more information.