Régimen jurídico de los activos eléctricos en Colombia: planteamiento general y principales problemas. Thesis

short description

  • Undergraduate thesis

Thesis author

  • Cabrera Celis, Diego
  • Gómez Carrillo, David


  • Electricity and electrical goods or assets (according to the technical definition) with which conducts its provision, has a particular regulation, explained by the importance of this public service, coupled with institutional design drawn by the 1991 constitution, which makes it particularly complex, dynamic and open to clarification.It that sense, starting of an initial understanding of all the assets that make up a network of generation, transmission and distribution, to thereby begin outlining the legal framework for them, depending on their position in the supply electric chain. Once this approach, major foreseeable problems are tackled from a purely academic perspective, such as that relating to the scope of the concepts of the CREG and its normative value, the alleged immunity from seizure of goods for public service delivered by organized communities and the issue of private ownership of assets conforming to the electricity grid and the legal solution to that issue (it should not be forgotten that the owners of utility assets, according to the CREG, should be providers of public services) in a way that respects the rights of ownership.From each of these questions emerge solutions that bridge the discussions about it, seek to open the debate on an issue of such importance.

publication date

  • November 23, 2012 4:52 PM


  • Electricity Assets
  • Regulatory Rules

Document Id

  • 6e72a244-3208-4ef5-a0ab-4803525117da