Guatemala: Electricity Rates at the Beginning of 2020

For the quarter from February to April, tariffs will remain stable because certain variables with a direct impact on generation costs do not show significant changes.

Monday, February 3, 2020

Between -0.01% and -0.03%, variations will oscillate for EEGSA, DEOCSA and DEORSA users, informed the National Commission of Electric Energy (CNEE).

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The document reviews "... Among such variables we have the international prices of fuels, especially coal for electricity generation, which has had a favorable behavior and has stabilized at lower values than those observed in previous quarters. If we consider that the electricity generation matrix has a significant component of generation with coal, it is simple to infer the positive effect on generation costs, so that the variable of the international price of coal has contributed to the stable behavior observed in user tariffs for the quarter February - April, 2020."

The report concludes that "... For the Social Tariff that applies to 2.8 million Guatemalan families, equivalent to 94% of users in the country, a stable behavior is observed without significant variations. Likewise, the Non Social Tariff applied to 6% of users in the country has no variations, maintaining a stable behavior for the quarter February - April 2020."

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Electricity Rates: Increases in Guatemala

February 2021

For the period from February to April 2021, Deocsa and Deorsa users will be subject to a 1.5% increase in the price of electricity, and for Eegsa customers the increase will be 0.4%.

According to the National Electric Energy Commission, in general terms, it is possible to indicate that for the following quarter the tariffs will show slight variations derived from the regular behavior of macroeconomic variables that have a direct incidence on the costs transferred to tariffs.

Guatemala: Adjustment in Electricity Rates

May 2020

For the quarter from May to July 2020, EEGSA users will have a -1.9% drop in their tariff compared to the price of the first quarter of the year, and for DEOCSA and DEORSA users the increase will be -0.5% and -0.6%, respectively.

Generally, it is possible to indicate that, for the following quarter, tariffs show a stable scenario with downward variations, derived from the behavior of certain variables that have direct incidence on generation costs, informed the National Commission of Electric Energy (CNEE).

Rising Electricity Rates in Guatemala

November 2019

From 1 November, EEGSA users will have a 0.4% increase in their tariff compared to the price for the third quarter of the year, and for DEOCSA and DEORSA users the increase will be 2.2% and 2%, respectively.

The tariff adjustment approved by the National Electric Energy Commission (CNEE), will be paid by users from November 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020, requires an official report.

Guatemala: Rising Electricity Rates

April 2019

From May 1, EEGSA users will have a 6.2% increase in their tariff with respect to the price of the first quarter of the year, and DEOCSA and DEORSA users will have a 1.5% and 1.8% increase, respectively.

In general terms, it is possible to indicate that for the following quarter the tariffs show variations, resulting from the behavior of certain variables and components that have a direct incidence on the costs of energy purchase, explains a bulletin of the National Commission of Electric Energy (CNEE).

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