Certain expiry dates under the Electricity Market Law
("Law") have been extended in Turkey.
Extensions apply to certain aspects of the price equalization
mechanism, national tariffs, production license incentives, as well
as budget allocations for lighting. The Council of Ministers issued
Decree 2015/8317 on 14 December 2015, published in Official Gazette
number 29572 on 24 December 2015, coming into effect on 1 January
Time periods for the price equalization mechanism, national
tariff and implications of cross-subsidization in the national
tariff are extended to 31 December 2020 (Provisional Articles 1(1)
and 1(2) of the Law).
Incentives are now available until 31 December 2020 for legal
entities which hold production licenses and are entering business
for the first time (Provisional Article 4(1) of the Law).
General lighting expenses will be funded until 31 December 2017
under the budget of the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources,
as well as the budgets of the relevant municipalities and
provincial administrations (Provisional Article 6(1) of the
Please see this link for the full text of the Decree
(only available in Turkish).
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