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    Electricity tariffs: electricity prices to be debated


    January 26, 2022 - CE Noticias Financieras

     

      After the public hearing on gas, now the National Electricity Regulatory Entity (ENRE, as per the Spanish acronym) has called for a debate on electricity tariffs on February 17, starting at 8:00 am.

      According to the publication in the Official Gazette, "the viewing and participation of the hearing will be carried out through a digital platform and its development will be transmitted simultaneously through a streaming platform, which will be informed through the web page".

      Within this framework, the Power Reference Prices(POTREF) and the Stabilized Energy Price(PEE) in the Wholesale Electricity Market(MEM) will be discussed, as well as the stabilized transportation price for the Wholesale Electricity Market of Tierra del Fuego System(MEMSTDF), together with the Tariff Transition Regime proposed by the Ente Provincial de Energía del Neuquén (EPEN) and the electricity transportation companies Transener, Transba, Distrocuyo, Transpa, Transco, Transnea and Transnoa.

      The public hearing will be chaired by the Secretary of Energy, Darío Martínez, and by the Undersecretary of Electric Energy , Federico Basualdo, "who will act jointly or alternately, and may designate competent officials to replace them".

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