Green Tariff

Fill in our application form now to switch to the green energy tariff obtained from renewable energy sources such as wind, hydroelectric, solar, geothermal and biomass energy.

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  • The green tariff can only be used by consumers to whom we supply energy as the contracted supplier.  
  • Customers who wish to switch to the Green Tariff should submit a written application to the contracted supplier. Tariff will be changed in the first billing period that follows the bill to be issued with the index findings at the end of the period that covers the date of request.  
  • Request to switch to the Green Tariff can only be made twice in a calendar year.  
  • Unlike the national tariff, the Green Tariff supplies only single-time energy to the customers.  
  • You can call our Call Center on 0850 800 0 186, visit one of our Customer Relations Centers or fill out the Application Form to switch to the Green Tariff.

What is the Green Tariff?

The Green Tariff means providing electrical energy that is completely produced from renewable energy sources for customers who use energy on the National Tariff.   

I want to switch to the Green Tariff. Is there a price difference between the Green Tariff and the national tariff?

Yes. You can check the table to see the prices defined for the Green Tariff by the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK).

I am using Discounted Electricity. Can I switch to the Green Tariff?

No. The Green Tariff can only be used by consumers to whom we supply energy as the contracted supplier.

When will the Green Tariff be commissioned?

The Green Tariff, which is voluntary, will be commissioned on 1 August.

Will my bills show that I use electricity based on the Green Tariff?

A special marking showing that the electricity was produced from renewable sources will be found on the electricity bills of consumers who wish to be supplied energy as part of the Green Tariff project launched by the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK).

Is Aydem Perakende the only company I can apply to for switching to the Green Tariff?

Consumers who wish to use energy produced from renewable sources as part of the Green Tariff will be able to do so with the suppliers that offer services in their areas. The consumer should submit a written request to the contracted supplier to switch to the tariff.

Are the rates for the Green Tariff currently known? Where can I see the numbers? 

Active energy prices were determined as standard fees for all subscription groups according to the Green Tariff table published by the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK). Distribution fees for your current tariff will be added to these prices to calculate your electricity consumption fee. 

For power plants subject to the Renewable Energy Sources Support Mechanism, Green Energy cost will be determined according to the cost obtained from the weighted average energy unit price (feed-in tariff) paid as part of the mechanism, and it will differentiate from the regular tariff accordingly. The cost is determined by factors such as the exchange rate, rate of production resources and how domestic the production plant is. 

See the Green Tariff Price Table. 

How can I end my Green Tariff subscription?

You can submit a written application to your local contracted electricity supplier. You can exit the Green Tariff and start to use your new tariff in the first billing period that follows the bill at the end of the period that covers the date of your request.

 

  • The green tariff can only be used by consumers to whom we supply energy as the contracted supplier.  
  • Customers who wish to switch to the Green Tariff should submit a written application to the contracted supplier. Tariff will be changed in the first billing period that follows the bill to be issued with the index findings at the end of the period that covers the date of request.  
  • Request to switch to the Green Tariff can only be made twice in a calendar year.  
  • Unlike the national tariff, the Green Tariff supplies only single-time energy to the customers.  
  • You can call our Call Center on 0850 800 0 186, visit one of our Customer Relations Centers or fill out the Application Form to switch to the Green Tariff.

What is the Green Tariff?

The Green Tariff means providing electrical energy that is completely produced from renewable energy sources for customers who use energy on the National Tariff.   

I want to switch to the Green Tariff. Is there a price difference between the Green Tariff and the national tariff?

Yes. You can check the table to see the prices defined for the Green Tariff by the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK).

I am using Discounted Electricity. Can I switch to the Green Tariff?

No. The Green Tariff can only be used by consumers to whom we supply energy as the contracted supplier.

When will the Green Tariff be commissioned?

The Green Tariff, which is voluntary, will be commissioned on 1 August.

Will my bills show that I use electricity based on the Green Tariff?

A special marking showing that the electricity was produced from renewable sources will be found on the electricity bills of consumers who wish to be supplied energy as part of the Green Tariff project launched by the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK).

Is Aydem Perakende the only company I can apply to for switching to the Green Tariff?

Consumers who wish to use energy produced from renewable sources as part of the Green Tariff will be able to do so with the suppliers that offer services in their areas. The consumer should submit a written request to the contracted supplier to switch to the tariff.

Are the rates for the Green Tariff currently known? Where can I see the numbers? 

Active energy prices were determined as standard fees for all subscription groups according to the Green Tariff table published by the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK). Distribution fees for your current tariff will be added to these prices to calculate your electricity consumption fee. 

For power plants subject to the Renewable Energy Sources Support Mechanism, Green Energy cost will be determined according to the cost obtained from the weighted average energy unit price (feed-in tariff) paid as part of the mechanism, and it will differentiate from the regular tariff accordingly. The cost is determined by factors such as the exchange rate, rate of production resources and how domestic the production plant is. 

See the Green Tariff Price Table. 

How can I end my Green Tariff subscription?

You can submit a written application to your local contracted electricity supplier. You can exit the Green Tariff and start to use your new tariff in the first billing period that follows the bill at the end of the period that covers the date of your request.

 

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