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The Salman Electricity Wind Power Plant of Turkey’s Fina Enerji was opened in Izmir, a province in the Aegean region of Turkey, with the participation of Taner Yildiz, Turkey’s Minister of Energy
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,
Wind will play a significant role in Turkey’s continuously growing economy in the upcoming years, according to an International Energy Agency, IEA, official Monday. “Turkey is growing fast which is obviously good for the
Turkey is giving all the right signals to attract investments from the international wind energy sector, said an official of Global Wind Energy Council, GWEC on Tuesday. Payment terms and guaranteed prices in the
EMRA (Electric Markets Regulatory Authority) will be hosting a meeting to inform wind energy sector members about the regulations in pre-licence applications on 24th, 27th, 28th,29th and 30th April.
Zorlu Energy continues to support sustainable development and carbon emission offseting activites. The company planted 3.000 saplings around its Gökçedağ Wind Plant to cover their carbon footprint which were created
Intercontinental Wind Power Congress, IWPC, is being held in Istanbul between March 31 to April 2. The congress will host wind energy representatives from 20 different countries in four continents at the
Constructed in Manisa with an investment of approximately $ 380 million, Soma WPP will have an installed capacity of 240.1 MW with 169 wind turbines once the capacity extension investment
Denmark plans to initiate broader government-to-government cooperation with Turkey in the areas of energy, environment and water, according to senior Danish official on Wednesday. Rasmus Helveg Petersen, the Danish Minister
Turkey has found a way to generate more electricity for a longer period from wind turbines with the help of boron, a chemical element which has the largest global proven deposits in Turkey.
The license exempt generation has an increasing importance in the Turkish power markets, especially for solar and wind power projects, because of the additional opportunities and incentives under the new Electricity Market
The objective of the project is “to assist Turkey in meeting its increased power demand by strengthening the transmission system and facilitating large-scale renewable energy generation”. Additionally, the project seeks