Turkey Gives Right Signals For Wind Sector Investments

Turkey Gives Right Signals For Wind Sector Investments

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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 Turkish wind energy market are very attractive to wind energy investors as the Turkish market continues to flourish, according to Dr. Klaus Rave, chairman of the Global Wind Energy Council.

The country has moved up one step to its global position to eighteenth in renewable energy investment attractiveness, according to Ernst & Young’s 2015 index, published in March 2015.

Source and more reading at: Energy Terminal, Anadolu Agency

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