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BLUE ECONOMY; OCEANS AS THE NEXT GREAT ECONOMIC FRONTIER

Forty percent of the world’s population live near coastal areas, more than 3 billion people utilize the oceans for their livelihood, and 80 percent of world trade is achieved using the seas. The oceans, seas and coastal areas contribute to food security and poverty eradication. And yet, the oceans are …

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TURKIYE’S INSTALLED SOLAR POWER CAPACITY EXPECTED TO REACH 30 GW BY 2030…

Türkiye’s installed solar power capacity, which stood at 7.82 GW in 2021, is expected to increase to 30 GW by 2030, the International Solar Energy Community Türkiye Section (GÜNDER) has said in SolarPower Europe’s “Global Market Outlook 2022-2026” report. Türkiye is one of the fastest-growing energy markets in the world and its total energy demand …

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TURKIYE SURPASSES ALL OF EUROPE IN GEOTHERMAL!

The power in Turkiye is 19 MW higher than all of Europe Turkiye’s installed power in the geothermal field surpassed the total power in all European countries last year. According to the data in the 2022 Renewable Energy Statistics study published by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the geothermal …

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EUROPEAN FARMERS TURN ON PRODUCING BIOGAS TO OFFSET RUSSIAN ENERGY…

Farmers in the lush fields southwest of Paris are joining Europe’s fight to wean itself off Russian energy over Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. They’ll soon turn on the tap of a new facility where crops and agricultural waste are mashed up and fermented to produce “biogas.” It’s among energy solutions …

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ALPER KALAYCI: TURKIYE’S POTENTIAL IN BIOMASS IS AT LEAST 5 TIMES MORE THAN THE PERFORMANCE

Press release… The installed power level of Biomass Power Plants (BES), whose number is increasing rapidly in Turkiye’s renewable and clean energy sources, has reached the level of 2 thousand 100 Megawatts (MW). While BESs are producing in 73 of 81 cities across Turkiye, the installed power has doubled in …

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RENEWABLE ENERGY SEEN AS A GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT…

79% of the participants see renewable energy as a good opportunity for economic development, research shows… ISTANBUL… The majority of Turkish society is in favor of renewable energy, which is beneficial for economic development and increasing life quality, new research by Konda Research and Consultancy showed Friday.  Solar power The …

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DR. FİLİZ KARAOSMANOĞLU: OUR WASTE IS THE RAW MATERIAL FOR OUR INDUSTRY

SÜT-D CALLS ON GLOBAL RECYCLING DAY… LET’S SAVE OUR PLANET, SUPPORT RECYCLING… LET’S NOT THROW, COLLECT SEPARATELY, LET’S NOT WASTE OUR WASTE… RECYCLING STARTS WITH US… Celebrating 18 March Global Recycling Day… Istanbul Technical University (İTÜ) Faculty Member and Chairwoman of the Sustainable Production and Consumption Association (SÜT-D) Professor Dr. …

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BERAT GÜZELEL: THE EXPRESSION OF ‘WE IMPORT GARBAGE’ DOESN’T REFLECT REALITY

Press release… The recycling industry is becoming a sector that all developed countries support with public power and the rate of compulsory use in production is increasing. Berat Güzelel Berat Güzelel, General Manager of Batı Polimer, which is among the biggest raw material suppliers of the Turkish plastics industry, pointed …

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THE SCOPE OF GRANT SUPPORT IN AGRICULTURAL IRRIGATION EXPANDS…

The scope of grant support in agricultural irrigation has expanded… Solar energy and smart irrigation systems in individual irrigation were included in the grant support. The Communiqué on Supporting Individual Irrigation Systems within the Scope of Rural Development Supports has been updated with the communiqué published in today’s issue of …

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ECO-FRIENDLY FUEL SELLS LIKE HOT CAKES!

In the Burhaniye district of Balıkesir province, one of the important olive production centres of Turkiye, olive seeds are used as fuel. Olive seeds, which are in great demand as heating fuel in the domestic market, are also exported to Greece. While the olives brought by the olive producer partners …

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