At Enel Distribución Perú, we offer different tariff options for Low-Voltage (220 volts) and Medium-Voltage (from 10,000 and 20,000 volts) networks.
In addition, we explain some basic terms to make the calculation of your consumption charges easier.
Active energy: It is the energy flowing in an installation to produce light, heat and movement.
Reactive energy: It creates electromagnetic fields that feed electric motors. They only generate costs when its consumption exceeds 30% of the month’s total active energy.
Power: It is the quantity of energy delivered or absorbed by a device at a determined time. It is registered every 15 minutes by meters.
Peak times: Every day from 6 pm to 11 pm.
Off-peak times: All times with the exception of peak times.
Maximum demand reading: It is the highest value of active power integrated demands in 15-minute successive periods.
To know which tariff option suits you best, according to your business’ needs, click on the following links and calculate your consumption charges:
Tariffs for Free Customers
The charges coming from energy generation are associated to the consumption of active energy and active power, which are set by the parties by mutual agreement ―usually in dollars―; and the charges coming from energy transmission and distribution ―set in soles― are regulated or pre-established by regulatory bodies, which is Osinergmin in this case, and these will be billed according the physical location of the customer’s electricity supply point.
Tariffs for Regulated Customers
Tariffs for regulated customers of Enel Generación Perú and Enel Generación Piura , which are billed to distribution companies in this case, involve charges from 2 activities of the energy sector: (i) generation and (ii) transmission.
The charges coming from energy generation are associated to the consumption of active energy and active power, which are set based on the results of: (i) long-term bidding processes (supervised by Osinergmin); and (ii) direct negotiation or bidding processes whose maximum limit is the bar tariff (established in the pricing process every year on May by Osinergmin). These prices are set in soles.
The charges from energy transmission are regulated or pre-established by regulatory bodies ―in this case, Osinergmin.
Some of the main charges regulated and determined by Osinergmin are the following:
(i) Fee for the Connection to the Main Transmission System (PCPST): It is the amount paid by all (free or regulated) users for the connection to the main transmission system, which is the section shared by the group of generators of an electrical interconnected system.
(ii) Energy Social Inclusion Fund (FISE): It is established by the Act that created the Energy Safety System for Hydrocarbons and the Energy Social Inclusion Fund; this act lays down, in Title 3, Article 7, that there will be a monthly charge billed to free customers, which will be equal to:
rc = (G+T+D)*(F-1)/E
rc = unit fee expressed in ctm S/ /kWh
G = Billing for the purchase of power and energy based on free prices.
T = Billing based on the transmission fees regulated by OSINERGMIN.
D = Billing based on the distribution tariff regulated by OSINERGMIN.
E = Energy billed to the free user.
(iii) Contribution by Rural Electrification Act (LER): Created based on the Act No. 28749, General Act on Rural Electrification, specifically on Title 2, Article 7, paragraph h), in which the contribution from free electricity users is set in 2/100 of one Tax Unit per billed megavolt/hour, with the exception of users who do not receive service from Peru’s National Interconnected System.
(iv) Value-Added Distribution (VAD): It is part of the user’s final consumption charges, which is remunerated by the power distribution service and represented by VAD.
(v) Charges by High Demand Area: These are the charges to remunerate secondary transmission systems and complementary transmission systems in high demand areas, defined according to the country’s geographic regions and the concession areas of distribution companies.