EMRA Expects 1.400 Applications For Wind Energy Plants

EMRA Expects 1.400 Applications For Wind Energy Plants

Turkey’s energy  authority, EMRA is expecting 1,400 pre-license applications for wind power plants, says Turkey’s Energy Market Regulatory Authority President Mustafa Yilmaz .

The pre-license applications will be accepted on April 24, 27, 28, 29 and 30. They will be sent to the general directorate of renewable energy for the technical evaluation.

According to Ernst &Young’s global report on April 13, Turkey has climbed up one step in the attractiveness index for renewable energy investment to the eighteenth spot globally while India and Sub-Saharan Africa is soaring.

In his previously speech Yilmaz said that Turkey’s wind power plant capacity was 8.7 MW in 1998 and the capacity has reached 3,650 MW in 2015. EMRA has awarded 250 wind power plant licenses with a capacity of 9,900 MW until today.

Source and more details on Energy Terminal, Anadolu Agency

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