According to the plan to develop and disrupt the country’s electricity industry, the government is obliged to suspend all cryptocurrency mining activities in the country until the submission of a bill to organize the cryptocurrency industry.
According to digital currency and to Quoted From Fars News, Mustafa Nakhaei, the spokesman of the Energy Commission of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, in an interview with a parliamentary reporter of Fars News Agency, stated about the details of the development plan and the disruption of the country’s electricity industry:
Due to the difficulties in discussing the widespread power outages and the numerous blackouts that followed, several follow-ups were carried out by the Parliamentary Energy Commission for the presence of government officials and answers about the reasons for these blackouts, and several meetings were held in this regard.
Pursuant to Note 1 of Article 45 of the House Rules of Procedure Law, a report was prepared after several follow-ups and various meetings of the House Energy Commission.
A spokesman for the parliament’s energy commission clarified the details of the report:
In this report, while expressing the issues and problems that existed, the most important reason for the occurrence of multiple and power outages was brought to the attention of the MPs and the honorable people of Iran, while in this report suggestions were presented in the short, medium and long term. Finally, according to the legal capacity of the internal regulations of the parliament, proposals were put forward in the form of a plan.
The plan to develop the country’s electricity generation and management capacities was a plan that was officially submitted to the parliament’s presidium by the parliament’s energy commission; This plan currently has 16 articles and was announced by the presidium of the parliament in today’s public session, while this plan has been proposed for two urgencies and, God willing, it has been voted in the open sessions of the parliament and we hope its urgency will be approved soon. So we can start examining it.
I hope that with the approval of this plan, a large part of the problems in the country’s electricity supply will be solved and we will see that in the short term as well as the medium and long term, the result will be increased electricity production and reduced blackouts and meet the country’s electricity needs. Be.
A spokesman for the parliament’s energy commission said: “The plan envisages several cases; Reducing the intensity of energy consumption and disrupting the development process of the country’s electricity industry, as well as increasing the production and development of the country’s electricity industry are some of the important topics envisaged in the plan.
Nakhai pointed out:
The Energy Commission of the Parliament is ready until this plan is finally approved by the open court of the Parliament, so that we can present the opinions and suggestions of experts, experts and thinkers in the field of energy and electricity development to this commission and reform the consumption pattern. And reduce the intensity of consumption to use the experiences of others.
The full text of the plan to develop and disrupt the country’s electricity industry is as follows:
Article 1) The Ministry of Energy is obliged to reduce electricity consumption by at least one percent annually through SATBA Organization and its subsidiaries, by implementing electricity consumption optimization projects with priority given to water and gas coolers, lighting systems and reducing electricity network losses. The amount of fuel saved from the implementation of optimization projects based on the mechanism of Article 12 of the Law on Removing Barriers to Competitive Production and Improving the Financial System of the Country will be granted to the investors of these projects.
Article 2) The Ministry of Petroleum shall give priority to the payment of government obligations for power plant reciprocity projects from the place of delivery of crude oil and export gas condensate within the framework of paragraph (i) of Note (1) of the Budget Law of 1400.
Article 3) The Ministry of Oil is obliged to complete the liquid fuel tanks of the power plants by the end of October of this year.
Article 4) The Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade is obliged to construct at least 10,000 MW of power plants by 1404 to provide stable electricity to industrial subscribers. The Ministry of Energy is responsible for transferring the electricity generated by these industries and supporting their electricity supply. The surplus electricity of the above power plants can be sold on the energy exchange or as a bilateral contract. The Ministry of Oil is obliged to provide the required fuel for the mentioned power plants.
Article 5) In order to complete the steam units of combined cycle power plants, the Ministry of Petroleum, within the framework of Article 12 of the Law on Removing Barriers to Competitive Production and Improving the Country’s Financial System, issues a savings certificate to the investors of these projects. The savings certificate can be offered on the energy exchange and the holder can receive the equivalent of the value of crude oil and gas condensate exported from the Ministry of Oil.
Article 6) The government is obliged to limit the payment of subsidies to domestic consumption in the form of incremental steps (IBT) for domestic and commercial consumption above the consumption pattern within one month from the date of promulgation of this law.
Note: The pattern of household electricity consumption in each city is equal to the level of consumption that 75% of household subscribers in that city in the same period last year consumed less.
Article 7) The electricity price of industrial subscribers is determined and received based on the average rate of energy conversion contracts (ECA) according to the fuel consumption of power plants and transit costs.
Article 8) Power plant capacity certificate is required for all applicants for demand branch of one megawatt and above (including new subscriber and increase of existing branch capacity).
Article 9) In order for the private sector to continue to benefit from the facilities of the National Development Fund for the construction of power plants, the interest rate of the facilities paid from the resources of this fund to the investors of these projects shall be set at 2%.
Article 10) The Program and Budget Organization is obliged to provide a specific line in the annual budget bills under the heading “Government obligations regarding the difference between the cost prices and the obligation to sell electricity”.
Article 11) The government is obliged to formulate an appropriate solution to solve the problem of repayment of foreign exchange obligations of the National Development Fund related to the facilities of private sector power plants and to follow up through the competent authorities upon the proposal of the Ministry of Energy.
Article 12) The Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the National Development Fund shall give priority to the payment of the approved status of the previously opened power plant projects from the facilities of the National Development Fund by the banking network.
Article 13) The Customs of the Islamic Republic of Iran is obliged to clear all the equipment of the electricity industry from the customs of the country within one month from the date of notification of this law.
Article 14) The National Development Fund should prioritize the financing of power plant projects introduced by the Ministry of Energy to provide facilities to private sector investors applying for the construction of power plants.
Article 15) The Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran is obliged to establish new credit lines in various countries, including China, for external financing of power plant projects, including the projects introduced in the electricity industry.
Article 16) The government is obliged to suspend all cryptocurrency mining activities in the country until the submission of the bill on organizing the cryptocurrency mining industry.