To combat leakage electricity use and to keep reading rates at a high level; it is legally within the scope of the powers of distribution companies to take the counters inside the building out of the building within the investment program.
In the medium term because these investments were made under the program (though there is an income model. That I have not looked at hot from the beginning; there is nothing to do because distribution companies sign contracts; according to this revenue model) it is outside of its return by tariff…
Well-planned, priority zones have been determined and implementation of these investments within the standards are outside of the return by tariff…
In the short term, especially in high-loss areas, as a result of the registration of unrecorded consumption directly within a period of two months; measuremental improvements will be recorded and a return will be made to the distribution company at the end of the previous current year, as well as the rate below the loss/leakage targets set for the current year.
In addition, especially in high-loss distribution areas. On the one hand, the price they received from the price synchronization mechanism; due to the current year loss/leakage targets set in the previous current year, on the other hand, the K/K ratio; which will be reduced as a result of the application, the target K/K ratio as low as the rate of income. And on the other hand; it is possible to obtain a very high income with the amount of investment to be received by tariff in the medium term.
Combat Leakage Electricity Begin With Meter Discoveries
But this authority should not be done just to fill the investment item. To fill the cost of exploration in the investment budget rather than taking out electricity meters and taking control of the leak/loss rate, as shown in my picture next door; so-called counters are taken out of the building.
If it wasn’t for a process that was intended to fill in the discovery; some attention would be taken on the transactions; at least the consumer board could have been left more properly as part of the protection of the consumer’s right to ownership.
If you expect the consumer to respect your rights; consumers also have to respect their rights.
However, the EPDK, published in the Official Gazette no. 31.12.2015 and numbered 29579, is in paragraph 3 of Article 6 of the EPDK“.
“(3) High-loss companies report their measures and results to the Institution in six-month periods in an increase in loss rates.” There is a provision.
Despite this article, these measures have either not been taken for five terms or the measures taken are not successful.
In this case, legal sanctions should be aggravated about both the use of illegal electricity and illegal minutes and accruals; that do not meet the regulatory requirements, and should be applied impartially to those who do not fulfill their duties and responsibility.