The Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) decided to postpone the advance payments of legal entities holding distribution licenses, incumbent supply companies, supply companies in which Organized Industrial Zones (OIZ) are directly or indirectly partners, and not to apply default interest to the market operator and participant during this period.
The Scope of Postponement Decision
Until June 30, it was decided to postpone the amounts included in the advance payment notifications specified in the first paragraph of Article 123/Ç of the Electricity Market Balancing and Settlement Regulation for legal entities holding distribution licenses, incumbent supply companies, supply companies in which OIZs are directly or indirectly shareholders, operating in cities where the State of Emergency was declared or disaster areas were declared, until the invoice due date for the relevant invoice period, and no default interest will be applied to the market operator or market participant during the period of postponement of advance payments.
Who will be affected by the decision?
It has been decided to apply the same decision until June 30 for the advance payments corresponding to the withdrawal amounts of the final consumers (including OIZs) in the cities in question, to which the supply companies with headquarters in the cities in question and the legal entities holding generation licenses and the legal entities holding generation licenses with electricity generation facilities installed and operating in the cities in question sell through bilateral agreements.
EMRA's board decision on the subject was published in the Official Gazette and repealed the board decision dated May 4, 2023 and numbered 11827.