Under the Ley General de Electricidad – LGE (General Law of Electricity), . 01 (General Electricity Act) was approved by parliament and entered into force. Access (Article 1 ) – Ley General de Electricidad, No. , July 26, , Art. 53 – Ley General de Reforma de ¡a Empresa Pública, No. , June Ley de Hidrocarburos , law 13 Congreso Nacional de La República Dominicana () Ley General de Electricidad Ley No , law 14 Congreso.

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Forum Forums Legal What are Edenorte’s legal responsibilities? Page 2 of 4 First 1 2 3 4 Last Jump to page: Results 11 to 20 of What are Edenorte’s legal responsibilities? Thread Tools Show Printable Version. We had no power all day yesterday – from 9: Our inversor batteries drained by about 8 pm.

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We had NO electricity all night again from about Not sure what is going on today – Beneral am at work! Damn it is bad where we are, thank goodness for backup power but even that has its limits. Where is the AES Andres genreal plant?

We had a couple of ours of power last night, but nothing all day long. I just read the news today about prolonged blackouts around the country. Of course these are “not caused by lack of payment to the generating companies” as mentioned in today’s DR1 news.

Of course not, the generators just all happen to be experiencing “technical difficulties” at the same time.


When we call Edenorte all they can say when asked when it will be better is, ” I don’t know”. That I wlectricidad believe.

Where is this magical AES Andres plant that will solve all of our energy problems when it goes back on line? Does it have anything at all to do with the power problems on the North Coast?

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When we called we didn’t even get the phone answered! You are way ahead Originally Posted by windeguy. Yes indeed, off line for “maintenance” There is a story I believe. Half the power generators off line at the same time for maintenance. Back to the original thread However, they will NOT provide power to street lighting and each property is expected to connect their street light to their own supply Now either Pro Cab Association really upset someone in Edenorte or it really is the ley??

Each transformer used to belong to the property owners as they bought them themselves but again Edenorte came one day and simply painted numbers on them and claimed that they own them.

Best bet is to go out and buy a new one if the blown one is unrepairable genreal the oil has leaked out. Friend of mine had a similar problem just last week and finally went to Santiago and put his arguments to them. It’s all a bit hit and miss I’m afraid?????? WHen you say they. It is a nightmare! Oh what a tangled web it weaves! As far genetal I can tell the road map to understanding ‘Ley General de Electricidad’ is as follows: And we still haven’t considered Consumer Protection Laws This is no easy feat.


You think the powers that be have intentionally made it this erm If I can make heads or tails of this, I’ll genera, back to ya’ll. Edenorte has the responsibility, by presidential decree, to replace all common electrical power lines and transformers.

However, as was pointed out, they take their sweet time in getting it done.

So if you replace them they will take them and, by law, they can. I have a ranch in Abreu where there is no electricity at all. So I installed 9 concrete electrical poles expensive to get the power to the property and my neighbors.

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I got the specifications for the electrical cable and had it installed as well real expensive. I then installed a 25Kw transformer on the nearest concrete pole.

EdeNorte came down the lye, took the transformer off declaring it to be theirstook the cables and have not yet reinstalled or connected the neighborhood. This was 4 years ago and EdeNorte continues to come out and check to yeneral sure nothing has changed.

I’ve told them repeatedly I’m more than happy and able to pay for the electricity but nada An interesting system, eh? Tags for this Thread edenortelegalresponsibilities. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. All times are GMT The time now is

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