Argentina

Law no 27424 creating the Promotion Regime for Distributed Generation of Renewable Energy Integrated in the Public Electricity Grid

Legislative
Law
Passed in 2017
This law is aimed at setting the policies and establish the legal and contractual conditions for the generation of electric power from renewable sources by users of the national grid, for self-consumption with eventual injection of surpluses to the network. The law also establish the obligation of the main energy providers to facilitate such injection, ensuring free access to the grid,

The Regime creates a new electric market agent: the "user-generator," which is the user of the energy distribution public service that installs the necessary equipment to generate renewable energy for self?consumption, and injects the excess in the public grid. This law repeals article 5 of law 25019 and replaces it by article 14 of law 26190.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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