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1 TURKISH POWER SYSTEM, RESTRUCTURING and INTERCONNECTIONS Turkish Electricity Transmission Co.

2 Turkish Power System

3 Generation & Demand (End-2005) Installed Capacity38,820 MW Hydro+Renewable MW (33.3 %) Thermal MW (66.7 %) Total Generation162.0 TWh Hydro+Renewable39.8 TWh (24.6 %) Thermal122.2 TWh (75.4 %) Import – Export0.6 TWh – 1.8 TWh Annual Consumption160.8 TWh 7.2 % increase Peak Demand25,174 MW

4 Growth in Energy Consumption Very rapid growth 1995 to 2005: 88 % increase Years Demand (Twh) Increase (%)

5 Growth in Installed Capacity Years Thermal (MW) Hydro+Ren. (MW) Total (MW) Increase (%) Rapid growth parallel to the growth of demand From 1995 to 2005 Hydro+ 31 % Thermal+ 133 % TOTAL %

6 Breakdown of Capacity (End-2005) LEGEND BOBuild Operate BOTBuild Operate&Transfer IPPIndependent Power Producer Otop.Autoproducer TOORTransfer of Operational Rights STATEState owned Power Plants (EÜAŞ)

7 Load Forecast ( ) YEAR PEAK LOADDEMAND MWGWh

8 Supply-Demand Projection According to Study Results: “After , there is need for additional MW, TWh”

9 Transmission System ( ) Transmission Voltages400, 154 & 66 kV Transmission Lines45.810,3 km. 400 kV13.976,9 km. 220 kV 84,6 km. 154 kV ,0 km. 66 kV 718,9 km. Substations511 substations 400 kV kV kV 16 Total transformer capacity MVA

10 400 kV Network BLACK SEA MEDITERRENEAN ALTINKAYA EREĞLİ AMBARLI HABİPLER BULGARIA FILIPPI ÇARŞAMBA H.UĞURLU KAYABAŞI ÇANKIRI TİREBOLU BORÇKA HOPA GEORGIA BATUM ARMEIA GUMRI BALIKESİR SOMA ALİAĞA DENİZLİ YATAĞAN KEMERKÖY VARSAK OYMAPINAR SEYDİŞEHİR KONYA ADANA ERZİN G.ANTEP ANDIRIN ELBİSTAN KANGAL YEŞİLHİSAR KAYSERİ ÇAYIRHAN GÖLBAŞI KEBAN KARAKAYA ATATÜRK DİYARBAKIR Ş.URFA BATMAN HAKKARİ KARS ÖZLÜCE ERZURUM HORASAN IĞDI R D.BEYAZIT DIMODICHEV SYRIA DERİNER İSKENDERUN IRAN IRAQ HALEP PS3 ZAKHO KESEK KHOY BAZARGAN BABEK KALKANDERE KOCATEPE TEİAŞ-APK kV TL 154 kV TL HPP (PLANNED) HES (MEVCUT) TPP (EXISTING) TL (EXISTING) TL (PLANNED) TPP (PLANNED) Y.TEPE ALİBEYKÖY TUNÇBİLEK MANİSA D.PAŞA KARABİGA ADA-GEBZE PAŞAKÖY OSMANCA GÖKÇEKAYA TEMELLİ SİNCAN BABAESKİ HAMİTABAT ÜMRANİYE BURSA AYDIN YENİKÖY BİRECİK SEYİTÖMER IŞIKLAR ADAPAZARI GREECE KIZILTEPE AĞRI BEYKOZ Z.KÖY TEPEÖREN UNIMAR HİLVAN ILISU DOĞANLI ÇUKURCA CİZRE VAN ERMENEK MERSİN HATAY İKİTELLİ A.ALANI KAPTAN UZUNDERE HİSAR GÜRSÖĞÜT KARGI SİVAS DEÇEKO YUSUFELİ KAVŞAK İSDEMİR BOYABAT

11 Electricity Sector Reform and Restructuring

12 Electricity Sector Reform In compliance with the EU’s “Electricity Directive” (EC 96/92) Amendment of the Electricity Market Law: compliance with the directive 2003/54/EC To align the industry with the principles applicable to the EU member states and Internal Market for Electricity within EU To establish a favourable environment for private investments

13 Legal Framework The arbitration issue solved through the amendments to the constitution under the Law No:4446 of August By this law, local and international arbitration became applicable to the private power investment contracts. Electricity Market Law (3 March 2001)

14 Key Elements-1 An autonomous Energy Market Regulatory Authority governed by the Board Licensing framework for market participants An energy market based on; Bilateral contracts between market participants Balancing market Balancing and Settlement mechanism is under trial operation Real Balancing and Settlement mechanism is going to be started its operation in 2006 Eligible consumer concept to ensure freedom for eligible consumers to choose their suppliers Regulated Third Party Access

15 Key Elements-2 Turkish Electricity Transmission Co. Transmission system owner & operator (TSO) Market Operator Import & Export by Turkish Electricity Trading & Contracting Co. Private wholesale companies Retailers (Also Dist. Co.s with retailer license) EÜAŞ (only Export)

16 Key Elements-2 Market Opening For eligibility the consumption has to be; 03/03/20039 million kWh/year 27/01/ million kWh/year Distribution Co.s eligible

17 Vertically Integrated Unbundling TEK TEDAŞ TEAŞ TETAŞ TEİAŞ EÜAŞ TEDAŞ Distribution Generation, Transmission & Trade Transmission Generation Trade Distribution

18 Structure of the Electricity Market DISTRIBUTION W/S DIS. Co TETAŞ EÜAŞIPPs WHOLESALE Co. RETAILERS ELIGIBLE CONS. CAPTIVE CONS. TRANSMISSION GENERATION TEDAŞ TEİAŞ TRANSMISSION SYSTEM OPERATORBALANCING MARKET OPERATOR EMRA Physical flow of electricity. ANCILLARY SERVICES WHELLING SERVICES BALANCING & SETTLEMENT COMMERCIAL RELATIONSHIPS

19 Turkish Electricity Transmission Co. (TEİAŞ)

20 Main Functions Transmission system owner and operator (TSO) Market Operator Provision of connection to and use of transmission system services to all users without discrimination “Connection and Use of System Agreements” Monitoring real-time system reliability, purchase and provide ancillary services “Ancillary Service Agreements” International interconnection activities Development of infrastructure

21 No involvement in the trade of electricity By Law and transmission license Revenue from charges for provision of transmission services Use of system Connection System Operation Revenue regulation by EMRA Revenue cap – the annual revenue cannot exceed the limit set by EMRA Revenue

22 Transmission Charges Connection Charges Related to the costs of the assets for the connection of the user to the network. Paid by new users at once System Operation Tariff Related to the costs of real time generation- demand balancing service and ancillary services Paid by all users based on their capacity 50 % of revenue from Generation 50 % of revenue from Demand Revenue regulated by EMRA (revenue cap)

23 Transmission Charges-2 Transmission Use of System (TUoS) Tariff Related to the cost of installing, operating and maintaining transmission system for the bulk transfer of electricity and system security and quality of supply Paid by all users based on their capacity 50 % of revenue from Generation 50 % of revenue from Demand Revenue regulated by EMRA (revenue cap)

24 TUoS Tariff Based on the Long Run Marginal Costs Investment Cost Related Pricing (ICRP) methodology Zonal 23 G & D zones For G: ~0 – 14 $ / kW-year


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