Chilean Electricity Market
(DEFINITIONS) For the purposes of the application of these Regulations, in addition to the definitions contained in Article 2 of the Electricity Law, the following definitions are established:
Effective Capacity. It is the maximum power that a Generating Unit is capable of supplying to the grid under the temperature and atmospheric pressure conditions of the site where it is installed. For the purpose of determining the Basic Price of Peak Power, the maximum temperature between eighteen (18) and twenty-two (22) hours of the months of May to October inclusive shall be considered.
Rationing Cost. This is the cost incurred by consumers when not having energy available, due to programmed supply restrictions caused by drought or prolonged failures of generating units.
Short-Term Marginal Cost of Energy. It is the cost incurred by the Electric System to supply an additional kilowatt hour (kW/h) of energy, at a given level of power demand and CONSIDERING fixed the generation and transmission park. The value of the Short-Term Marginal Cost of Energy is applicable in the node of the Electric System in which the marginal Generating Unit is located.
Central American Electricity Market 2021
Tariff 1F of the Federal Electricity Commission applies to regions of the country with very warm temperatures. We tell you the prices for 2022 and the particularities of this domestic electricity rate to know if it corresponds to your electric energy service.
The costs of Tariff 1F have a government subsidy that is already included in its prices. As you increase your consumption levels, the government support decreases, so the prices per kilowatt-hour (kWh) increase.
The minimum charge established for Tariff 1F is equivalent to a consumption of 25 kilowatt-hours per month, even if the CFE has not registered electricity consumption in the meter reading. The minimum amount varies depending on the month, on average it is $20.35 pesos per month. Details in the following table:
Guatemala Electricity Market
When a business, including a business operating out of a residential address, that has solar panels sells all renewable energy certificates, it loses the right to tell its customers that it is using renewable energy. This is important to keep in mind if you operate a business from your home and want to claim that you use renewable energy.
If you want to use solar power but don’t want to buy a system, you could lease a system or sign a solar power purchase agreement. In both cases, you will have a solar power system installed on your home. Typically, when you lease or sign a power purchase agreement you cannot claim renewable energy certificates and you are not eligible for tax credits or financial incentives because the recipient is the owner of the system.
What happens to the system when the lease ends? Can you renew your lease or power purchase agreement? Can you buy the system? Uninstall it? How much does each of these options cost?
Peruvian electricity market
ACOMETIDA: Derivation of the local network of the respective service that reaches the cut-off point of the building. In horizontal property buildings or condominiums, the service connection reaches the general cut-off point.
COMMERCIALIZATION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY: Activity consisting of the purchase of electric energy in the wholesale market and its sale to end users, regulated or unregulated. The person who carries out this activity is called an electricity trader.
COMMERCIALIZATION OF FUEL GAS: Activity consisting of the purchase and sale of fuel gas in the wholesale market and its sale to other operations in said market or to regulated or non-regulated end users. The person who carries out this activity is called a fuel gas trader.
ANORMAL CONSUMPTION: Consumption that, when compared with the historical averages of the same subscriber or user, or with the consumption averages of subscribers or users with similar characteristics, presents significant deviations, in accordance with the parameters established by the company.