Electricity market design and renewable energy auctions – Chile country study

The Chilean Electricity Act enacted in 1982 created an electricity market where power generation companies and large customers can freely negotiate energy supply contracts. The Act provides for the interconnection of all electricity companies located in the same area, and obliges transmission companies to allow open access to their networks.

This report focuses on the energy supply contracts that distribution companies, as mandated by law, auction on behalf of their regulated customers.

Renewable Energy
Pablo Serra