EEGSA

AcronymDefinition
EEGSAEmpresa Electrica de Guatemala (electric company)
EEGSAElectrical Engineering Graduate Student Association (various universities)
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10) A diferencia de la EEGSA, la otra gran empresa distribuidora de Guatemala, localizada en la capital y su periferia, donde se encuentra el mayor consumo de energia en terminos absolutos y relativos y tanto a nivel residencial como industrial.
EEGSA is Guatemala's largest electric distribution company with approximately 930,000 users.
Julio Campos, EEGSA, 6a Avenida 8-14, Zona 1, 01001 Guatemala, C.
EEGSA, the Guatemalan distribution utility, continues to experience customer and energy sales growth, but the issue with the value added distribution tariff (VAD), which was reduced by the Guatemalan regulators in August 2008, remains unresolved.
The reduction in the VAD tariff at EEGSA reduced earnings at TECO Guatemala by approximately $5.
Lower year-to-date results reflect the impact of unplanned outages at the San Jose Power Station and lower net income from EEGSA as a result of the VAD reduction.
5 million of lower net income from EEGSA as a result of the reduction in the Value Added Distribution tariff (VAD) in August 2008, partially offset by customer and energy sales growth.
TECO Guatemala is facing a challenging year with the lower tariff rates at the distribution utility, EEGSA, and unplanned outages at the San Jose Power Station.
At EEGSA, the distribution utility, 2008 fourth quarter and year-to-date results reflect customer growth and higher energy sales, partially offset by the reduction in the Value Added Distribution (VAD) tariff effective Aug.
The year-to-date results for EEGSA and affiliated companies also included a $3.
The 2007 fourth quarter results reflect customer growth and higher energy sales at EEGSA and increased earnings from the EEGSA-affiliated companies, which provide, among other things, electricity transmission services, wholesale power sales to unregulated electric customers, engineering services and telecommunication carrier services.
The 2007 third quarter and year-to-date results reflect customer growth and higher energy sales at EEGSA and increased earnings from the unregulated EEGSA-affiliated companies (DECA II), which provide, among other things, electricity transmission services, telecommunication carrier service, wholesale power sales to unregulated electric customers and engineering services.