spain electricity companies

Spanish regulator wants to control debt and dividends of electricity companies

Spanish Utilities’ Regulator Wants To Control Debt And Dividends

The National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC in its acronym in Spanish) is processing a circular so that all energy companies which supply electricity, gas and hydrocarbons meet six ratios which constrain their level of debt and dividends in relations to the volume of assets, cash flow, EBITDA or financial costs.



Spain's electricity companies should invest Between €29-34 billion in power lines

A Report From Deloitte Gives Spain’s Electricity Companies A Weapon To Use Against The Government

A report from Deloitte urges Spain’s Energy Minister Álvaro Nadal to change the current model for asset remuneration and go for one similar to that in use in other European countries. The proposal implies an improved remuneration system for companies and, at the same time, forecasts reductions in electricity bills thanks to bigger demand in a more electrified economy.