Turkish PV Market, Policy, Update And Perspectives

Turkish PV Market, Policy, Update And Perspectives

şener oktikThe photovoltaic business in Turkey is growing, with lots of opportunities in a country which is granted with a high average annual solar radiation of 1311 kW•h/(m²•yr) or 3.6 kW•h/(m²•d).

If you wish to know more about the facts, challenges, legislation and the major players, please read this study by the Chairman of  The Turkish Solar Energy Industry Assoc. , Mr. Sener Oktik, which he presented during the 20th Int. Energy and Environment Conf. and Fair in May 2013. : http://www.icci.com.tr/2013/sunumlar/OT15_Sener_Oktik.pdf

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