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Regulación de las tarifas de acceso a las redes y liberalización del sector eléctrico español

  • José Ignacio Sánchez-Macías

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    (Universidad de Salamanca)

  • Pedro Calero Pérez

    ()

    (Universidad de Salamanca)

El Real Decreto 1164/2001 regula con carácter general las tarifas de acceso a las redes de transporte y distribución de energía eléctrica por parte de terceros, estableciendo un sistema uniforme. Un modelo económico estilizado permite ilustrar que con este sistema se establecen subsidios cruzados implícitos que, además de ser más ineficientes que los subsidios explícitos, pueden enmascarar señales informativas de inversión en generación y ampliación de redes de transporte. Después de comparar la opción escogida por el regulador español con otras alternativas propuestas en la literatura, en el trabajo se muestra cómo con la vigente estructura de peajes y con los precios actuales del pool, no parece previsible que se vaya a producir en el segmento de consumidores de baja tensión un volumen importante de transacciones en el mercado, al menos en el corto plazo. Classification-JEL : L51, L94, L98.

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Volume (Year): 166 (2003)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
Pages: 61-83

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