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Fees and Charges

Resolution 3, Series of 2009 A Resolution Amending the Guidelines to Govern the Imposition of Administrative Sanctions in the Form of Fines and Penalties Pursuant to Section 46 of Republic Act No. 9136  (2/23/2009)


Resolution 21, Series of 2007 A Resolution Approving the Revised Schedule of ERC Fees and Charges
 (07/17/2007)


RES License and Application Fees

Amendments to the Schedule of ERC Fees and Charges have been proposed to reflect the RES License Fee as stated in the Guidelines for the issuance of Licenses to Retail Electricity Suppliers (RES) (Resolution No. 10, s. 2005) which is:

“The RES License fee is equivalent to seventy five percent (75%) of each one hundred pesos of the capital stock subscribed and paid up, or ten thousand pesos (PhP 10,000.00) whichever is higher. The license fee shall be paid upon the issuance of a Supplier’s License.

On the other hand, a RES License application fee of PhP 1,500.00 is being paid upon filing of application and submission of all requirements


Resolution No. 13, s. 2005- In the matter of amending the guidelines to govern the imposition of administrative sanctions in the form of fines and penalties pursuant to section 46 of R.A, 9136
 (8/11/2005)


Notice of Amendment (01/12/2004)

       Item IX Laboratory Fees


Amendment to the Schedule of ERC Fees and Charges
 

       Item IV-A Issuance of Certificate of Compliance (COC) to Independent
       Power Producers (IPPs)

       Item IV-B Issuance of Certificate of Compliance (COC) to
       Self Generation Facilities (SGFs)

Schedule of ERC Fees and Charges (08/22/2002)

 



 

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Saturday, November 25, 2017

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