Electricity Demand Growth Drives Wind Power Sector in Turkey, According to Kuick Research
23 Jan 2013 • by Natalie Aster
Turkish wind sector has been expanding gradually in recent years. The rising electricity demand and government focus on renewable energy has resulted in series of favorable transformation for wind power sector. The Government of Turkey recognizes the importance of wind as an excellent and environment friendly source of energy thereby focusing on growth of wind power sector in the region.
According to the report “Turkey Wind Power Sector Outlook 2017” by Kuick Research, the number of operational wind farms has also been increasing in the country, raising the total amount of electricity supplied by wind power in the nation. This also speaks volumes about the high return potential of investing in the sector, which has attracted various domestic and foreign companies into Turkish wind power sector.
Turkey Wind Power Sector Outlook 2017
Published: January, 2013
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Wind power can be exploited immensely as a source of alternate fuel for power in Turkey. Wind potential is tremendous in the regions of Marmara and Aegean coasts of Turkey. These regions have collective potential to produce 25,000-30,000 MW of wind power.
Turkey needs to produce wind power in order to fulfill rapidly growing demand for electricity. With flourishing economic growth and swift technological advancements been undertaken by the country, there is a compelling need to produce much higher levels of electricity than before to satisfy the burgeoning energy demands in the country.
Moreover, the policy makers in Turkey have also realize that by just relying on traditional and non-renewable sources of energy is not going to be sufficient, which is why there is increasing realization to strengthen the wind power sector. Taking a stock of these developments, wind energy applications and turbine installations have been growing rapidly in Turkey overtime. The installed capacities of these wind turbines also have been high throughout the nation, to meet the demand for power.
More information can be found in the report “Turkey Wind Power Sector Outlook 2017” by Kuick Research.
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