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JAK ESKİNAZİ: GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS TO BE RESTRUCTURED

Press release… Supply chains are changing to include a new set of laws on the prevention of child labour, human rights, the environment and protection of nature. According to Jak Eskinazi, Coordinator Chairman of Aegean Exporters’ Associations, fair trade in the global supply chain will be decisive for the welfare …

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TURKEY TO RANK FIFTH IN EUROPE IN RENEWABLE POWER GROWTH…

Turkey will rank fifth in Europe for increasing its renewable power capacity, which is forecast to add 22.2 gigawatts (GW) by 2025 to reach 66.8 GW, according to International Energy Agency (IEA) data compiled by Anadolu Agency. The country’s total installed renewable energy capacity stood at 44.6 GW at the end of 2019. Out of …

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GREEN RECOVERY PLANS BOOST INCOME, EMPLOYMENT AND GDP…

Media release… Green recovery plans boost income, employment and GDP better than return-to-normal stimulus measures, new analysis finds.The results make a strong case for including green recovery measures in national responses to Covid-19. New York / London, Oct. 19, 2020 – New analysis, commissioned by the We Mean Business coalition …

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TURNING SUNLIGHT INTO ELECTRICITY IN ŞANLIURFA REGION…

With Solar Power Plants (GES) projects, it will be ensured that the electricity energy obtained from the sun by the farmers of the region will be brought together with fertile soils. Ongoing Solar Power Plants (GES) projects, with the aim of increasing domestic and renewable energy potential, continue in Şanlıurfa …

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TURKEY’S SOLAR ENERGY CAPACITY IS 6000 MEGAWATTS…

With its 22 million square meters of solar panels across the country, Turkey saves itself $200 million a year on energy costs, according to the Turkish energy minister. As a result of such widespread use, Turkey trails only China and the United States in using solar panels to heat water, Energy and Natural Resources …

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“TURKEY HAS A POTENTIAL TO MEET 1/3 OF ITS ELECTRICITY THROUGH BIOMASS”

Press release… Aegean University Biomass Energy Systems and Technologies Application and Research Centre (BESTMER) Director Professor Dr. Günnur Koçar made evaluations regarding the biomass potential in Turkey and the studies conducted within BESTMER. Dr. Koçar said, “Considering the biomass potential in our country, theoretically, we have such a high potential …

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WIND ENERGY LEADS CLEAN ENERGY INVESTMENTS…

Wind has the biggest share in clean energy investments… According to the BNEF study, the share of wind in the $ 137 billion yearly investment was $ 72.5 billion. Despite the negativities brought about by the pandemic process, the amount of renewable energy investments realized in the first half of …

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“BIOMASS ENERGY OFFERS A HUGE POTENTIAL FOR TURKEY”

Biomass energy theoretically has the potential to meet almost one-third of Turkey’s yearly electricity consumption, according to Professor Günnur Koçar, the manager of Ege University Biomass Energy Systems and Technologies Application and Research Center (BESTMER), told Anadolu Agency (AA) Thursday. The Izmir-based energy company will help utilize this potential, she …

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“GEOTHERMAL BASED GREENHOUSING TO RISE INTENSIVELY”

Geothermal Power Plants Investors’ Association (JESDER) Chairman Ufuk Şentürk said that they aimed to increase the geothermal based agricultural production five-fold over the next 5 years in Turkey. Stating that geothermal agriculture is the subject of secondary investment after electricity generation, JESDER Chairman Ufuk Şentürk said, “Site allocation studies have …

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ÇETİN DAM SET TO CONTRIBUTE 500 MILLION TL TO THE ECONOMY…

Southeastern Turkey’s Çetin Dam, the country’s and Europe’s largest roller-compacted concrete dam, has begun production. The dam is set to contribute TL 500 million ($73.8M) annually to the national economy. In a written statement Wednesday, Agriculture and Forestry Minister Bekir Pakdemirli said the Çetin Dam and Hydroelectric Power Plant, which …

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