The Colombian electricity market has four activities: generation and commercialization are in free competition, while transmission and distribution are treated as regulated monopolies. In addition, there are other actors who must be considered for their importance and influence in the market: big consumers, the operator and market manager, and government entities. Energy is traded through bilateral contracts (OTC) and daily short-term offers that are bidded in the energy spot market. Big consumers are those who have consumptions equal or higher than 55 MWh per month in energy or power levels above 0.1 MW.
- Total Capacity
- Total Generation