Pergamino was excluded from the “Cold Zone”

Pergamino was excluded from the “Cold Zone”
Pergamino was excluded from the “Cold Zone”

The regime of “Cold Zone” It is a benefit that recognizes and subsidizes excess consumption due to the low temperatures that the region reaches during the winter. This program was stipulated in the Law 27,637 and its repeal was discussed in the Base Law promoted by the National Government.

Despite attempts to eliminate it, the Trust Fund for Residential Gas Consumption Subsidies was maintained but the number of Buenos Aires municipalities that will receive the benefit was cut, going from 90 locations to 77. In this way, and according to the latest update of the list, the cities of Pergamino and Colón were excluded from the program. For their part, the towns of Rojas and Salto will maintain the benefit.

From the Federal Consensus Institute they expressed that during this year the Fund, which is financed mostly with contributions from all users, will allow discounts to be applied to residential gas rates and maintain a surplus of at least 60,000 million pesos, and may even exceed the 80,000 million.

According to the latest update of Gas Coast established by the Enargas Resolution No. 258 from June 5 and effective from June 6, The rate table for the city of Pergamino, without taxes, for level 1 residential users is as follows:

  • R1: $1,732.49
  • R2 1st: $3,702.45
  • R2 2nd: $4,669.14
  • R2 3rd: $6,771.95
  • R3 1st: $7,206.22
  • R3 2nd: $8,859.65
  • R3 3rd: $10,532.82
  • R4: $16,137.23

The charge per m3 of consumption for all levels is $170.95.

While the final charge for the month of April, without taxes, for residential users of the Cold Zone regime supplied with natural gas was the following:

  • R1: $916.30
  • R2 1st: $1,993.20
  • R2 2nd: $2,480.65
  • R2 3rd: $4,040.37
  • R3 1st: $5,044.35
  • R3 2nd: $6,201.76
  • R3 3rd: $5,547.93
  • R4: $8,222.03
 
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