Electricity Public Service Law summary
Royal Decree 337/2014, of May 9, approving the Regulation on technical conditions and safety guarantees in high voltage electrical installations and its Complementary Technical Instructions ITC-RAT 01 to 23.See consolidated text.
Thus, for example, Article 3 of Law 24/2013, of December 26, confers to the General State Administration the competence to establish the quality and safety requirements that must govern the supply of electrical energy, as well as to authorize the following electrical installations:
Peninsular electric energy production facilities, including their evacuation infrastructures, of installed electric power greater than 50 MW electric, peninsular primary transmission facilities and connections of voltage equal to or greater than 380 kV.
Production facilities including their evacuation infrastructures, secondary transport, distribution, connections and direct lines, which exceed the territorial scope of an Autonomous Community, as well as the direct lines connected to generation facilities of state competence.
ARTICLE 1. – (DEFINITIONS). – For the purposes of the application of these Regulations, in addition to the definitions contained in Article 2 of the Electricity Law, the following definitions are established:
– Open Access. It is the modality under which the transmission facilities of the National Interconnected System operate, except for those executed by agreements between a Non-Regulated Consumer and a Transmitter, which are not (are) subject to regulated payments.
– Effective Capacity. The maximum power that a Generating Unit is capable of supplying to the grid under the conditions of temperature and atmospheric pressure of the site where it is installed. For the purposes of determining the Basic Price of Peak Power, the maximum temperature estimated as representative of the hours that reflect the period of greatest requirement of the National Interconnected System will be considered. The Committee will determine by Operative Norm the detailed methodology for the calculation of such estimated maximum temperature.
On the other hand, if such interruptions occur before the start of the working day, during its suspension for another reason, or at its end, and even though the employee is at the workplace, since the working day is not a working day, they do not cause any loss of employment.
On the other hand, if such cuts occur before the start of the effective working day, during its suspension for another reason, or at its end, and even though the employee is at the workplace, since the working day is not a working day, they do not produce
For reasons of good service, it has been deemed appropriate to issue a pronouncement of this Directorate regarding the incidence of power outages with respect to the main obligations of the parties to the labor contract.
An individual employment contract is an agreement by which the employer and the employee are reciprocally obliged, the latter to render personal services under the dependence and subordination of the former, and the latter to pay a determined remuneration for these services.
Electricity Industry Act 2021 pdf
Article 1°.- (Scope) The present law regulates the activities of the Electric Industry and establishes the principles for the setting of prices and tariffs for electricity throughout the national territory. All individual and collective persons engaged in the Electricity Industry, regardless of their form and place of incorporation, are subject to the present law. The production of electricity of nuclear origin shall be the object of a special law.
Article 4°.- (National Necessity) For the purposes of Article 25 of the Political Constitution of the State, the activities of Generation, interconnection, Transmission, Distribution, commercialization, import and export of electricity, carried out by Electric Companies and self-producers, are expressly declared of national necessity.
Based on the dimensions of the electricity market and the rational use of primary resources, the Executive Power may define the minimum hydroelectric participation in the generation capacity of the National Interconnected System.