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Renewable energy in Turkey


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Renewable energy in Turkey

Renewable energy investment in Turkey is not only a local field, but it is also exported to the whole world from Turkey,
The wings of the windmills through which alternative energy or renewable energy
is produced are local production and Turkey exports it to Europe and the world.

Although the region was affected by the Corona pendemic, Turkey was able to
get out of this crisis with very important numbers, especially in the field of renewable energy .

In fact, Turkey ranks as one of the 10 largest countries in the world in the production of renewable energy,
It produces annually from wind energy about 10,000 megawatts, or 9% of the total electricity consumption in Turkey.
It also depends on other sources such as water.

Renewable energy in Turkey
Rising numbers, low import bills

Mr. Hakan Yildirim referred to these percentages. He confirmed that this percentage saves the
same amount from the use of natural gas imported from abroad.

Data issued by the Wind Energy Union said that there are 79 influential companies in this field in Turkey.
Its products are exported to 44 countries on 6 continents, and its exports constitute about 70% of its total sales.

Renewable energy in Turkey

The Republic of Turkey ranks second in Europe in the production of renewable energy
With a production capacity of 66% of the total production during the past 5 months.
While Turkey is the fifth European in terms of the growth of its capabilities in this sector ,
Official data also indicate that Turkey is expected to add about 23 megawatts to the 66.8 gigawatts produced by 2025
The Financial Times noted that Turkey ranks 7th in Europe in attracting foreign
investors to invest in the wind energy sector, with 19 foreign direct investment projects.

Renewable energy in Turkey

Later, Ms. Manar Al-Munif, who is the director of GE for renewable energy and wind energy
in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey, confirmed later.

During a conference held in Turkey last year, Turkey and Morocco were the two best emerging
models in the field of renewable and alternative energy.

The total operating capacity of the wind farms in Turkey, which are numbered by the end of 2020, amounted to 262 farms,
With a production equivalent to 7,500 megawatts, representing 8% of the total installed capacity.


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