The Deputy Tariff Regulation Management (GART) is OSINERGMIN’s executive body responsible for proposing to the Board of Directors the maximum energy and power tariffs for the Public Electrical Service, in accordance with the provisions contained in the regulatory framework of the electricity and hydrocarbon subsectors.
Regulated companies are authorized to charge users of regulated public electrical services such tariffs that do not exceed those set by the Supervisory Agency for Investment in Energy and Mining (OSINERGMIN).
How are the electric energy consumption amount and fixed charge calculated?
The amounts billed for electric energy and the fixed charge are determined by the following components:
- The tariff option (MT2, BT3, BT5B, etc.)
- The electrical system where the supply is located (Lima, Huaral, Huacho, etc.)
- The number of days between the last and the current reading
- The registered consumption
- The tariff list in force for the meter reading period
These data allow determining the prices corresponding to the fixed charge and other electric energy charges: the billed amount is the result of the unit prices multiplied by the registered consumption. If there is more than one tariff list for the billing period, then a weighted average tariff is calculated: