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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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TOLGA ŞALLI: ‘RENEWABLE ENERGY’ IS A MUST!

Press release… Tolga Şallı, Chairperson of the Environmentalist Energy Association, made a written statement about the renewable energy. Şallı said, “Our country, which has many main resources from agriculture to tourism, from industry to energy, needs to use renewable energy resources in the most effective way in the production stages. …

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“RENEWABLE ENERGY WILL NEVER BE 100 PERCENT GREEN!”

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SOLAR PANELS MAY BE INSTALLED ON LAKES TO REDUCE EVAPORATION…

Turkish authorities are planning to install solar panels on lakes and dams to prevent evaporation as some of the major lakes in Anatolia are under the threat of drought due to reduced precipitation levels resulting from global warming. The Agriculture Ministry as well as the General Directorate of State Hydraulic …

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“TURKEY SHOULD UPDATE ITS CARBON-NEUTRAL ECONOMY TRANSITION TARGETS”

Press release… Aiming to reach a carbon-neutral economy by 2050, the energy sector is one of the industries in which the European Union (EU) carries out various studies. Jak Eskinazi said, “If we want to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we need to reduce greenhouse gas oscillations in the energy sector …

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TRAINING IN RENEWABLE ENERGY TO BENEFIT SYRIANS AND TURKISH HOST COMMUNITIES BY UNDP…

Press release… Five facilities set up by UNDP with Korean funding provide certified training in solar and wind energy to improve job prospects for refugees and their Turkish hosts İskenderun, 2 August 2021 – Hundreds of Syrian refugees and their Turkish hosts will gain the skills they need to find …

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