According to the announcement of the minister of energy dated 8th of May 2016, electrical consumer depends on their electrical connection capacity can produce electricity in these ways:
- Roof top photovoltaic panels up to 100 kW
- Small wind turbines up to 1 MW
And feed it into the electricity distribution grid limited to their connection capacity. The generated electricity of the customers will be purchase as following:
They can refer to their Electrical Distribution Company and make a power Purchase agreement based on those electricity purchase tariffs.
Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) of small power plants subject to this announcement are extended for a 20 year period with the specified tariffs, during years of contract, the tariffs will be adjusted in accordance with coefficient under article 3 of Economic Council Directive.
Note 1: Tariffs mentioned for Photovoltaic Systems subject to this announcement, will be multiplied by 0.7 after adjustment of article 3 of Economic Council Directive starting from the first day of the second 10 years till the end of the contract.
Note 2: tariffs for the wind turbines with the capacity factor of 40% and above in the first 10 years, will be multiplied by 0.4 after adjustment of article 3 of Economic Council Directive starting from the first day of the second 10 years till the end of the contract, power plants with capacity factor of 20% will be multiplied by 1 and for the range between 20% and 40% in a proper coefficient.