Turkey Sets Higher Targets In Solar
“The country aims to reach 3,000 megawatts by 2019 and increase it to at least 5,000 megawatts by 2023 in solar installed capacity” Kemal Gani Bayraktar said during his opening speech at the eighth SOLAREX conference in Istanbul on Thursday.
Setting greater targets for solar will help the sector in Turkey improve in a healthy, competitive and sustainable way, said president of International Solar Energy Society – Turkey Section, GUNDER Thursday.
The country aims to reach 3,000 megawatts by 2019 and increase it to at least 5,000 megawatts by 2023 in solar installed capacity, Kemal Gani Bayraktar said during his opening speech at the eighth SOLAREX conference in Istanbul on Thursday.
The country has all the necessary components to improve its solar industry and eventually become a leader in the sector, he believes.
“To improve with a healthy and efficient solar energy sector, we need to eliminate the barriers in the sector and in bureaucracy,” he said.
Source and to read more: Energy Terminal, Anadolu Agency
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