Tariff regulation in the Caribbean Netherlands


Explanation of tariff regulation

In this document, we explain how ACM wishes to organize tariff regulation in the Caribbean Netherlands. This document primarily targets the electricity and drinking water companies on Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba. This document can also be useful to other interested parties that wish to understand ACM’s tasks, and in what way ACM will carry out its tasks.

ACM explanation of tariff regulation in the Caribbean Netherlands

Draft method decision 2017–2019

At August 16, 2016 ACM has put out for public consultation the draft method decision on the regulation of drinking water and electricity companies in the Caribbean Netherlands (the islands of Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba). Interested parties had the opportunity to submit their comments on this draft method decision until August 16, 2016. 

Draft method decision 2017-2019

Method decision 2017-2019

At October 3rd, 2016 ACM has published the method decision. This decision establishes rules with which ACM will determine the level of the revenues of electricity producers and drinking water companies in the Caribbean Netherlands.

Method decision


In the WACC-method ACM calculates the WACC for the regulated electricity and drinking-water companies in the Caribbean Netherlands.