Argentina increases electricity tariffs by 9% in its most populated area

Since December 2019, the Executive of Alberto Fernández "has prioritized the need to moderate the tariff impact on the purchasing power of families, businesses and industries.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's Ente Nacional Regulador de la Electricidad (ENRE) (National Electricity Regulatory Entity) defined as of this Saturday a 9% increase in the average tariff for this year for users of the distribution companies Edenor and Edesur in the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires, the most populous area of the country, below the accumulated and projected inflation.

The tariff adjustment begins the day after a confusing episode in which the media reported that the Ministry of Economy, in charge of Martin Guzman, requested the resignation of the Undersecretary of Electric Energy of his own portfolio, Federico . . .

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