The minister stated before the Fifth Commission of the Senate that this reduction represents about $35 less in the unit cost of power service, bringing the kilowatt-hour value to an average of $813.
He explained that in August of this year, when the new began the new Governmentthe value of the kilowatt hour nationally averaged $848. “If it weren’t for the current pact, the national average would be $898,” he said.
Minister Vélez said that with this discount, a family from layer four consumes 4 150 kilowatts hour per month you could pay an average bill of $134 thousand. “With the tariff justice pact, you pay $121,000 today. In other words, there would be a reduction in his monthly compensation of $13,000,” he said.
The Ministry confirmed that in October of the 29 operators across the country80% (23 operators) had a reduction in the distribution rate.
In addition, it monitors compliance with the agreements made in the context of the Tariff Fairness Pact to a significant decrease of the rates.
That’s why it has regular consultations with XM, the Committee on Energy and Gas Regulation (CREG) and the Superintendence of Public Services.
Source: El heraldo
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