Empresa de Generación Huallaga S.A. (EGH) fundamental objective is to produce and market clean energy, through management and governance; maximizing the availability of generation and transmission facilities in the National Interconnected Electrical System (SEIN) to supply the electricity in compliance with regulations established by sectoral authorities, as well as an optimal relationship with communities in their area of influence, personalized treatment with its direct and indirect customers.
Empresa de Generación Huallaga S.A. (EGH) maintains an Electricity Supply Contract with Electroperú S.A. (ELP) whose period will last 15 years with a delivery commitment of 284 MW and its respective associated energy, mention that EGH fully complies with the commitment to supply to ELP.
In Peru’s electricity sector the Short Term Market or also known as Spot Market is administered by COES. It has as participants the generating companies, large free users, and distribution companies. This market is organized through a “pool” system where generating companies inject the energy they produce and large free users and distributors withdraw the energy needed to supply the power.
Secondary Frequency Regulation (RSF) is a complimentary service within the spot market to improve the safety and reliability of the National Interconnected Electric System (SEIN).
It consists of the instantaneous increase or decrease of power reserved by certain power plants and it is responsible for stabilizing the frequency of the electrical system within a band allowed for operation at 60 Hz, using secondary control performed by the generation, which is managed in real-time by a computer called “Automatic Generation Control” (AGC).