Turkey: Winds Of Change – The Case For Renewable Energy In Turkey
Last Updated: 19 February 2019
Article by Levent Lezgin Kilinc
As one of the world's fastest-growing energy markets, Turkey has been increasing its drive towards greater self-sufficiency for several years. To satisfy its annual 300bn kilowatts of electricity consumption, the current energy mix has been quite well-balanced: a quarter of electricity generation is hydro-based, while roughly a third comes from natural gas and another third from coal.
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