What is the POD code, what is its composition, and where to find it
The abbreviation POD stands for "Point of Delivery", or point of supply, and refers to electricity. Each user is assigned a unique POD code, consisting of 14 characters (both numbers and letters). The composition of the POD code is standard: it always starts with "IT", then there are three numbers that identify the local electricity distributor, then there is an "E" followed by eight numbers that identify the delivery point.
To find the POD code of your electricity user, just read the bill: it is indicated on the first page, among the supply data together with your customer number and tax code. Or you can find it by pressing the electricity meter button: you will be shown the whole code or only the final eight digits (depending on the meter model). If your counter shows only the last eight digits, just prefix them with "IT001E" to get the full POD.
What is the PDR code, what is its composition, and where to find it
The acronym PDR stands for "Redelivery Point" and the PDR uniquely identifies your gas user. The PDR code is made up of 14 numbers: the first four identify the gas distributor in your area, whereas the remaining ten identify the actual user. The PDR code is present in the supply data shown on the gas bill and can also be obtained from the gas meter (only for electronic meters).