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La retribución de la distribución de electricidad en España y el modelo de red de referencia/The Remuneration of Electricity Distribution in Spain and the Reference Network Model

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  • GÓMEZ, TOMÁS

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    (Instituto de Investigación Tecnológica, UNIVERSIDAD PONTIFICIA COMILLAS, ESPAÑA.)

  • MATEO, CARLOS

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    (Instituto de Investigación Tecnológica, UNIVERSIDAD PONTIFICIA COMILLAS, ESPAÑA.)

  • SÁNCHEZ, ÁLVARO

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    (Instituto de Investigación Tecnológica, UNIVERSIDAD PONTIFICIA COMILLAS, ESPAÑA.)

  • RENESES, JAVIER

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    (Instituto de Investigación Tecnológica, UNIVERSIDAD PONTIFICIA COMILLAS, ESPAÑA.)

  • RIVIER, MICHEL

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    (Instituto de Investigación Tecnológica, UNIVERSIDAD PONTIFICIA COMILLAS, ESPAÑA.)

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    El Real Decreto 222/2008 estableció un nuevo modelo retributivo para la actividad de la distribución de la energía eléctrica en España. En esta normativa se contempla la utilización de un modelo de red para fijar algunos de los parámetros que intervienen en la fórmula retributiva de cada empresa distribuidora. En este artículo se presentan los fundamentos y principales características del modelo conocido como Modelo de Red de Referencia del Sistema Eléctrico Nacional que ha sido desarrollado por los autores y es utilizado por la Comisión Nacional de la Energía con tal fin. También se presentan a modo ilustrativo algunos resultados obtenidos con dicho modelo. The Royal Decree 222/2008 set a new method for the remuneration of the electricity distribution in Spain. This legislation introduced the use of a network model to calculate some of the parameters of the remuneration formula for each distribution company. In this paper the basics and main characteristics of the network model, known as Reference Network Model for the National Electricity System, are presented. This model has been developed by the authors and is used by the National Energy Commission with such object. In addition, for illustrative purposes, some results obtained by the model are presented.

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    Volume (Year): 29 (2011)
    Issue (Month): (Agosto)
    Pages: 661 (24 pags.)

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    Keywords: distribución de electricidad; planificación de redes; benchmarking ; Electricity Distribution; Network Planning; Benchmarking..;

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