Turkey Renewables Industry Examined by BMI in In-Demand Research Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com12 Aug 2013 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The Turkish energy demand is growing at around 7% CAGR annually. Turkey’s dependency on energy imports has negative impact on the actual account balance, thus crippling the national economy. In 2012, the country’s installed energy capacity was estimated at 60,000 GWh.
The electricity consumption in Turkey is projected to climb to approximately 530,000 GWh by end-2023. In the conditions of rapidly growing demand for energy the country’s government takes measures to combat the dependency on the energy imports and intends to supply around 30% (nearly 160,000 GWH) of the total demand from the renewable energy sources. The wind and solar energy are considered to have the highest potential and make the largest contribution to the energy supply.
In-demand research study “Turkey Renewables Report Q3 2013” created by Business Monitor International (BMI) offers a comprehensive guide to the renewable industry in Turkey.
The report offers an insightful overview of the Turkish renewable industry and discloses essential qualitative and quantitative information on the industry performance. It contains a SWOT analysis, provides details on renewable projects in the country, and analyses the sector’s risks and reward ratings. The research study describes the regulative landscape, evaluates the competitive pressure and presents vital information on the major industry players. In addition, the report not only provides critical historical and present data on the market performance but projects future development path of the industry.
Turkey Renewables Report Q3 2013
Published: July, 2013
Price: US$ 1,295.00
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