I will share with you a review of Electricity Sales and Corruption through Irregular Transactions.
Published in The World Newspaper on January 16, 2014;
Aksa Energy General Manager Cüneyt Uygun in an interview titled "Electricity Price Does Not Increase in the Free Market",
They sold 70 percent of the electricity they produced in bilateral agreements, sold 6.3 billion kWh of energy in bilateral agreements in 2013, and in 2014 they are targeting to increase this amount to 8-8.5 billion kWh, he said.
Sales prices are carried out at a discount on tariffs, the same rate of increase in tariff sales reflected to consumers, he said.
However, they continue their activities by making it look as if they sold electricity not by selling electricity to 6,000 electricity subscribers in Firat Electric Distribution Inc. region. Here are the documents,
Certificate of Electricity Sales and Corruption through Irregular Transactions
Electricity Market Free Consumer Regulation
In paragraph 8 of Article 4 of the EPDK (Energy Market Customer Service) "Electricity Market Free Consumer Regulation";
"Bilateral agreements: Trade agreements between real or legal entities and licensees, or between licensed legal entities, subject to the provisions of private law among themselves, on the purchase and sale of electrical energy and/or capacity and are not subject to Board approval," although described as,
Although the invoice holder subscriber covering consumption between 31.07.2013 and 31.08.2013 presented in the appendix was not known about anything and no contract was contracted between the subscriber and the supplier company, the subscriber was registered as a free consumer subscriber by AKSA electric on 01.05.2013 with the registration of its supplier AKSA Wholesale Inc. to PMUM (Market Financial Conciliation Center).
When the invoice that is seen in the appendix is examined;
On the invoice, the Unit price is seen as TL 0.251286/kwh, while the electricity tariff valid from 01.07.2013 to 30.09.2013, All Other Distribution System Users, Ticarethane single-time energy price, 0.204196 TL./kwh, K/K price is set at 0.04709 TL./kwh, then 0.204196 + 0.04709 = 0.251286 Tl./kwh price is seen as the price that should be applied for non-free consumers.
In this case, the subscriber and the subscriber without signing a bilateral agreement without informing the subscriber as a fake free consumer transaction and the price applied to non-free subscribers was applied directly to the invoice.
It is shown that the subscriber has been made a free consumer, without his knowledge and only subscribed through the unilateral savings and fraudulent registration process of the distribution company.
Furthermore, as can be seen in the examination of the invoice details, the actual free consumer has been traded and the "Retail Service Fee" has not been accrued, although the subscriber does not have a bilateral agreement according to any legal provision.
With these methods, on the one hand, the public, on the one hand consumers on the other hand, the competition environment is violated and other supplier companies are victimized.
All these unfair and fraudulent practices were sent to BIMER by PTT courier kp01445953388 on 13.09.2013 with documents,
In paragraph 7 of Article 10 of the Electricity Market Act, which was published in the Official Gazette on 30 March 2013 and numbered 28603;
"In the event that the responsible supply company determines the conduct or relationships of the supply company that has a restrictive or prohibitive effect on competition in the market, the relevant procurement company is obliged to comply with the measures stipulated by the Board. The Board takes measures that include restructuring the management of this supply company or restricting or terminating the relationship between ownership or control with the distribution company within a specific program."
In accordance with its provision, to this day, no sanctions have been imposed against this company, and forgery has been legitimized.