Aneel allows up to 32% re-settlement in electricity bills for 9 distributors in 7 states;  see numbers

Aneel allows up to 32% re-settlement in electricity bills for 9 distributors in 7 states; see numbers

The National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel), in recent days, has approved a series of adjustments in the electricity tariff for at least 9 distributors in 7 different states, which amounts to nearly 32% depending on the type of customer. The survey was conducted by Infomoney Based on recent regulatory agency announcements.

The largest increase (31.94%) will be felt by high-voltage customers of EFLUL, a small distributor in Urussanga (SC) serving less than 40,000 consumer units (each consumer unit can serve multiple people in a residence, trade, or business, for example).

The average adjustment for corporate customers from Santa Catarina would be 20.32%, and for residential consumers the increase would be much less salty: 8.32%.

Among the major distributors, the largest tariff adjustment (23.72%) was licensed to high voltage customers of Elektro, which is headquartered in Campinas and serves 2.8 million consumer units in 228 municipalities in Sao Paulo And the Mato Grosso do Sul.

Elektro also had the highest tariff adjustment for residential consumers among all distributors: 10.76%. With this, the average adjustment in the electricity bill will be 15.77% in 218 cities in São Paulo and in 5 cities in southern Mato Grosso. (See all numbers in the table below).

in Alagoas, Anil decided to keep the tariffs approved on April 26 (when it allowed an average adjustment of 19.88%). It serves the Equatorial State (EQTL3), which has approximately 1.2 million customers (consumer units) in Alagoas (the company also operates in 5 other states: Amapá, Maranhão, Piauí, Pará and Rio Grande do Sul).

condition distributor Medium adjustment high voltage low tension Resident Consumers number of customers *
AL ** Equatorial Line (EQTL3) 19.88% 19.24% 20.13% 19.86% 1.2 million
bad Equatorial Line (EQTL3) 1.62% 3.68% 1.23% 1.37% 2.7 million
PB Energisa (ENGI11) 1.03% 3.49% 0.34% -0.46% 1.5 million
Public relations Forsell -3.93% -12.04% 0.75% -0.27% From 3.9 thousand to 39.5 thousand ***
SC Celesc (CLSC4) 11.32% 16.81% 8.17% 7.66% 3.28 million
SC cooperation 6.24% 3.46% 8.16% 7.38% 40 thousand
SC decrease 8.79% 8.22% 9.09% 7.49% From 3.9 thousand to 39.5 thousand ***
SC EFLJC 5.54% 0.69% 7.26% 6.95% From 3.9 thousand to 39.5 thousand ***
SC EFLUL 20.32% 31.94% 8.64% 8.32% From 3.9 thousand to 39.5 thousand ***
SP and MS electrical 15.77% 23.72% 11.61% 10.76% 2.8 million

* Each consumer unit can serve multiple people or a business/company
** The amendment was approved on 04/26 and maintained on 08/23 after reviewing the tariff
*** Aneel has not disclosed the numbers for each individual distributor

In only two cases, a file Paraiba it’s the Paranathe tariff revision will reduce energy prices for residential consumers (-0.46% and -0.27%, respectively).

But the average impact for consumers in Paraíba will be as high as 1.03%, because there will be 0.34% readjustment for low voltage and 3.49% for high voltage. Energisa (ENGI11) serves about 1.5 million consumer units in the state.

In the Parana, there will be an average decrease of 3.93% for Forcel consumers, driven by a strong 12.04% decrease in energy prices for high voltage customers. But Forcel (Força e Luz Coronel Vivida) is also a small distributor serving less than 40,000 consumer units in the state.

When it comes into effect

With the exception of Celesc (CSLC4), all modifications were approved by Aneel on Tuesday (23). The new tariffs will take effect between Friday (26) – in the case of Forcel – and Monday (29) – in the case of Santa Catarina’s four small distributors (Cooperalianca, Decelt, EFLJC and EFLUL).

On Saturday (27) the new prices for the Elektro and Energia Paraíba start, and on Sunday (28), in tropical Maranhão. The Celesc Amendment was approved on Tuesday of last week (16) and has been in effect since Monday (22).

It could have been higher

Annell states that, in almost all cases, the impact of the amendment on consumers has been mitigated by a series of measures recently approved by Congress (and which have had the support of the federal government and the regulator).

Among them is the use of PIS/Cofins tax credits and the transfer by Eletrobras (ELET3; ELET6) to the Energy Development Account (CDE), which was foreseen in the privatization of the state-owned company.

In the case of the Equatorial Maranhão, for example, Aneel says that the use of the PIS/Cofins tax credits was responsible for reducing the impact of the adjustment by 18.73% and the transfer to the CDE was responsible for a reduction of more than 2.57%. In Energia Paraíba, the effects were -10.02% and -2.94%, respectively.

However, in Elektro’s tariff review, which saw the highest average readjustment among large distributors (and the largest readjustment for residential consumers of all of them, including small), use of PIS/Cofins tax credits reduced readjustment by 4.47%. . . Another factor that led to the “tariff relief”, according to Anil, was the contracted power transmission tariff from Itaipu (-2.54%).

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