Is Selling Electricity Below Cost, Then Paying People Not To Buy It A Good Idea?

I’m of the view that selling electricity below cost and then paying people not to consume it is a beautiful scam because the idea suffers a fatal flaw but am I wrong?

Following discussion at the meeting this week I have written some more on the economics of paying people not to use electricity.

The ACCC Retail Electricity Pricing Inquiry Preliminary report is quite positive on demand response. It doesn’t seem to consider the perverse version of demand response. As discussed, I am working on an MHV submission to the ACCC along the lines that the ACCC should look more critically at this concept and modify the final report accordingly.

A draft ACCC submission has been written. As suggested by @eyal I have tried to capture the ideas with as little text possible. I have provided extensive links to reference material for a deeper understanding. Please suggest amendments. This must be submitted before November 17.

Where can I find more information about this topic. Please advice

The majority of households in the UK are overpaying on their energy bills so did and I. Because my supplier putted me on standard variable tariff. This is how it works if you are with one of the big six energy companies in the UK. I have started to check how can I save the moment for energy and gas. I found about the usave.co.uk. Followed simple steps. Added information about my location and received the prices from all energy suppliers near me. Took me 5 minutes. Then several minutes to analyze the possibilities to switch to another energy supplier.