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Residential (T1-R a T1-R9)
Destined to homes that do not exceed 10Kw.

Residential (Tariff 1-R):
residential customers whose peak capacity demand is less than 10kW are billed a fixed charge payable bimonthly and a variable charge based on each unit of energy consumed. The price of these charges, in turn, is determined based on the bimonthly consumption registered by each customer, which is divided into subcategories for each of our residential customers as follows:
  • Tariff 1-R1: bimonthly energy demand less than or equal to 300 kWh
  • Tariff 1-R2: bimonthly energy demand greater than 301 kWh and less than 650 kWh.
  • Tariff 1-R3: bimonthly energy demand greater than 651 kWh and less than 800 kWh.
  • Tariff 1-R4: bimonthly energy demand greater than 801 kWh and less than 900 kWh.
  • Tariff 1-R5: bimonthly energy demand greater than 901 kWh and less than 1000 kWh.
  • Tariff 1-R6: bimonthly energy demand greater than 1001 kWh and less than 1200 kWh.
  • Tariff 1-R7: bimonthly energy demand greater than 1201 kWh and less than 1400 kWh.
  • Tariff 1-R8: bimonthly energy demand greater than 1401 kWh and less than 2800 kWh.
  • Tariff 1-R9: bimonthly energy demand greater than 2800 kWh.
 
Small commercial
Destined to small businesses that consumes are not fitted between tariffs 1-R and 1-A.P.

Small commercial (Tariff 1-G):
commercial customers whose peak capacity demand is less than 10kW are billed a fixed charge payable bimonthly and a variable charge based on each unit of energy consumed. The price of these charges, in turn, is determined based on the bimonthly consumption registered by each customer, which is divided into subcategories for each of our small commercial customers as follows:
  • Tariff 1-G1: bimonthly energy demand less than or equal to 1600 kWh
  • Tariff 1-G2: bimonthly energy demand greater than 1600 kWh but less than or equal to 4000 kWh
  • Tariff 1-G3: bimonthly energy demand greater than 4000 kWh
 
Medium commercial customers (T2)
Destined to mid-sized businesses that do not exceed 50Kw.

Medium commercial customers (Tariff T2):
Medium commercial customers (Tariff T2): customers whose peak capacity demand is equal to or greater than 10kW but less than 50kW are billed a fixed charge based on a fixed amount of capacity that is payable monthly and a variable charge based on each unit of energy consumed.
 
Industrial customers (T3)
Destined to the industries that consume are above 50Kw.

Industrial customers (Tariff T3):
industrial customers whose peak capacity demand is equal to or greater than 50kW. This category is applied to high-demand customers according to the voltage at which each customer is connected. The voltage ranges included in this category are the following:

(i) Low Voltage-LV: voltage less than or equal to 1 kV;
(ii) Medium Voltage (MV): voltage greater than 1kV but less than 66 kV; and
(iii) High Voltage (HV): voltage equal to or greater than 66kV.

They are billed two monthly fixed charges based on capacity during peak hours and non-peak hours and three variable charges for each unit of energy consumed, which charges vary based on whether the unit was consumed during peak hours (from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.), "valley hours" (horas de valle, from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.) or during the remaining hours of the day (from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m.).
 
Wheeling System
Destined to the large users that purchase energy directly from the generators.

Wheeling System:
large users who purchase their electricity requirements directly from generation or broker companies through the wholesale electricity market.
 
Others
Destined to the public lighting (T1-PL) and shantytown customers.

Others:
public lighting (T1-PL) and shantytown customers whose peak capacity demand is less than 10kW. Public lighting customers are billed a monthly variable energy charge based on each unit of energy consumed.
 
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