Tariff, Fees and Taxes
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The Resolution 2.470 from October, 16th 2018 describes Enel Distribuição Goiás Tariff (Groups A and B).
- 2013 | 3,00%
- 2014 | 21,64%
- 2015 | 27,54% (extraordinary)
- 2015 | 6,89%
- 2016 | - 9,53%
- 2017 | 14,65%
- 2018 | 18,54%
- Cumulative Avarage I 110,00%
Every consumer unit used for residential purposes.
Low-Income Social Tariff
Art. 8 Consumer units will be classified under the Low-Income Residential Sub-class, as long as they are used by:
I – families registered with the Federal Government’s Single Registry for Social Programmes (Cadastro Único), with monthly family income per capita lower or equal to half a national minimum wage; or
II – Elderly people aged 65 (sixty-five) or above or people with disabilities, which receive the Continuous Provision Benefit (BPC), under the terms of articles 20 and 21 of Legislation 8.742 from December 7th 1993; or (Text provided by Aneel REN 717 from May 10th 2016)
III – families registered in the Cadastro Único with monthly income of up to 3 (three) times the minimum wage, who have a person with illness of disability whose treatment, medical or therapeutic procedure requires the continued use of devices, equipment or instruments that, for its operation, require electricity consumption. (Text provided by Aneel REN 472, from January 24th 2012)
Single paragraph: the classification the caption refers to does not depend on the consumer unit being in the name of the people to which causes I, II and III refer. (Included by Aneel REN 717 from May 10th 2016)
Art. 9 Each family will be entitled to the Electric Energy Social Tariff (TSEE) at only one consumer unit.
§1 Each family, when ending the use of the consumer unit, must inform the distributor that it will undertake the necessary changes with further communication to Aneel by electronic means, according to Aneel’s specific instructions.
§2 The constant address of the Cadastro Único or of the BPC beneficiary registration must be located within the distributor’s concession or permission area, except in the situations of supply to precarious title to which art. 53 refers. (Text provided by Aneel REN 717 from May 10th 2016)
Consumer units used by rural workers or small rural producers, proven through one of the documents below:
- Enrolment in federal, state or municipal seed and agricultural implement distribution programme.
- Finance through official institutions for activities linked with agriculture or cattle farming.
- Rural pension of the account holder.
- Membership of the user to a union, association or cooperative of rural workers or producers.
- Work and Social Security Registry booklet duly signed by the employer, in the case of rural worker.
- Proof of rural settlement from INCRA.
- Signed declaration from the user that they are a rural worker or small rural producer certified by two reputable witnesses, one of which being the owner of the land where the worker operates, subject to field inspection.
Supply to a consumer unit located in rural area for residential purposes, used by a rural worker or retired worker in this condition and, also, for consumer units located in urban areas and where the activities established in the caption of clause IV are developed - also subject to proof before the distribution concessionaire or licensee, with the following requisites observed:
- The installed load of the consumer unit must be mostly destined to agricultural use, except for cases of subsistence farming.
- The account holder of the consumer unit must have a rural producer registration issued by a public body or another document that proves the practice of agricultural activity.
Option for Group B
The following customers can opt for this type of tariff:
- With power equal to or less than 112.5 kVA
- With permanent installations for the practice of sporting activities or parks for agricultural exhibitions, as long as the installed capacity for the illumination of the sites is equal to over 2/3 of the total installed capacity.
- Industrial: Consumer unit that performs industrial activity, including the transportation of raw materials, feedstock or products resulting of its processing.
- Commercial: Unit where there is commercial activity, provision of services or another activity not described in the other classes, including the supply to common use installations of buildings or clusters with predominantly non-residential consumer units.
- Rural: Any unit located in rural areas where rural activity that can be evidenced at the concessionaire takes place. The tariff has a reduction of approximately 59% against the normal Residential class tariff without ICMS.
- Irrigating Rural: Every consumer unit that uses electricity solely for irrigation.
Services requested by the customer will be charged where authorised by Aneel according to Resolution 2470 from October, 16th 2018.
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Enel presents monthly in the energy bill the statement of charges included in the invoice and the cost of electricity consumption. In addition to the tariff, the Federal, State and Municipal Governments respectively add to the energy bills the PIS/COFINS, ICMS and Public Lighting Contribution, as Resolution 2.377, of March 14, 2018.
The Social Integration Programme (Programa de Integração Social, PIS) and the Contribution for Financing Social Security (Contribuição para o Financiamento da Seguridade Social, COFINS) are charged by the Union to maintain programmes targeting workers and to fund the Federal Government’s social programmes. The rates are 1.65% (PIS) and 7.6% (COFINS) and are calculated non-cumulatively. This, the average rate of these levies varies according with the volume of credits calculated monthly by concessionaires and with PIS and COFINS paid on costs and expenses in the same period, such as the energy acquired for resale to consumers.
Composition of basis of calculation in the reference month:
- Total revenue - Total credits = Basis of calculation of contributions to PIS/PASEP and COFINS
Calculation of PIS/PASEP rates in the reference month:
- 1.65% X PIS/PASEP basis of calculation = PIS/PASEP amount
- Effective rate = Calculated PIS/PASEP amount + for total revenue
Calculation of COFINS rate in the reference month:
- 7.6% X COFINS basis of calculation = COFINS amount
- Effective rate = Calculated COFINS amount + for total revenue
Tax over Circulation of Goods and Services (ICMS). Stipulated in art. 155 of the 1988 Federal Constitution, the tax is imposed over operations relative to the circulation of goods and services and it is of the competence of each State and the Federal District, which is why rates vary.
The Contribution for Defrayal of Public Lighting Service (CIP) is outlined in article 149-A of the 1988 Federal Constitution, which establishes, among the competencies of municipalities, to arrange, according to specific law approved by the Municipal Chamber, the CIP charge and basis of calculation.
Thus, any and all responsibility for the project, implementation, expansion, operation and maintenance of public lighting installations is attributed to the Municipal Government.
These are fees charged in the energy bill when it is paid after the due date, that is, late. Important: Invoices due on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays can be paid on the first subsequent working day without incurring penalty, interest or monetary correction
- Penalty: 2% a month
- Interest: 1% a month pro rata die.
- Monetary correction: based on the IGP-M variation.
The penalty and interest apply to the total amount of the bill, with the exception of:
- The public lighting contribution (CIP), to which penalties, corrections and interest established in the specific legislation apply
- The values relative to social interest contributions or donations.
- The fines and interest from previous periods