Article 5 of supporting law of electricity of the country:


The government is obliged to foresee the toll of consumption of each KWh electricity for providing a portion of required monetary resources in annual budget over implementing of the development and maintenance of rural grids and generation of electricity from renewable and clean sources. The acquired money would be deposited to the national treasury, Tavanir Company and 100% of it will be allocated only to implement the mentioned projects.

All ministries especially petroleum and energy and all the subsidiaries companies are allowed to conclude contracts of 100 billion dollars (currency), 500,000 billion Rials which is adjusted with the inflation rate of the last year. Real or legal person, foreign or local with the priority of private sector cooperation to produce, export, improvement of quality, saving, decreasing the cost of product or service, environment improvement and decreasing financial losses.

The government is obliged to:

1) Purchase the product or service

2) To pay all the profit of investment, governmental rights, regulatory tolls and other costs subject to the article.

In case of financing of all or part of the required sources of parts 1 and 2 from the whole budget of the country if will be done by exchanging an agreement between management and planning organization of the country through the national treasury.

A) Energy efficiency projects in different sectors: industry with the priority of energy consumer, public railroads and suburban, building, renewable energy deployment, promoting the use of compressed natural gas with the priority of big cities and main roads, production and replacement of high consumption and old vehicles with low consumption or electrical vehicles, reduction in cost of loads, railroad transportation, sea and air routes including infrastructure, projects which lead to mitigation of green gas houses, machinery and agriculture manufacturing units.

B) Power plant construction projects with high efficiency, increase in production and efficiency of power plant that lead to the increase in thermal efficiency with the priority of installing the gas in CHP, coldness and heat (CCHP), Distributed Generation (DG), decrease in loss of energy in production, transmission and distribution, optimizing and energy saving in electricity and energy consumption, electrifying agriculture wells with the priority of using renewable sources such as solar, replacement of gas and petroleum products with electricity in areas that is economically feasible.