Turkey Wind Sector Analysis

Date: June 22, 2011
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Electricity is one of the most vital infrastructure inputs for the economic development of a country. There is a strong demand for electricity in Turkey and it is steadily growing with the country’s economic growth and rising consumerism. To lessen the energy import dependency and to comply with the European Union’s standards, the government is focusing on developing its renewable energy infrastructure. Wind has been the prominent focus area and the sector has been witnessing impressive growth results in terms of plant establishments and capacity addition for the past few years.

According to our report, “Turkey Wind Sector Analysis”, wind energy sector has covered some significant milestones and outpaced the growth of overall renewable energy installations by margins. Increasing involvement of private sector players along with highly favorable incentive program accelerated wind installations in the country during the last few years. With technological development, wind will become a highly competitive source of power generation, thus creating business opportunities for manufacturing and material innovations. This, in turn, will boost the manufacturing sector of the country and will enable wind power installed capacity to grow at around 31.6% CAGR during 2010-2014.

The research acknowledged Marmara region to be the center of development for wind power sector in the country. This region has one of the highest wind energy potential; thus, attracted major wind power installation in 2010. Within the Marmara region, provinces Balkesir, Çanakkale, and Istanbul attracted majority of wind power installation in 2010.

Our report “Turkey Wind Sector Analysis”, has been authored to evaluate wind power market potentials in Turkey. The study provides extensive research and analysis of the industry within Turkish framework of renewable energy. The report provides statistics/information on sector developments at both the country as well as regional levels. Forecasts for future wind capacity additions has been provided for all prominent regions, which will help clients in refining their investment decisions on the basis of grass root developments. Additionally, wind costs analysis facilitates essential understanding on project cost structure. A brief overview of business description and significant developments of key industry players currently operating in the industry has also been covered in the report to provide a balanced research outlook of the industry.
1. ANALYST VIEW

2. POWER INDUSTRY SNAPSHOT

3. WIND IN CONTEXT OF POWER INDUSTRY

4. EMERGING MARKET TRENDS & DRIVERS

4.1 Favorable Business Environment
4.2 Renewable Energy Targets to Decrease GHG Emissions
4.3 Increasing Environmental Expenditures
4.4 Turkey - Preferred Destination for Green Energy Deals

5. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW AND OUTLOOK BY 2014

5.1 Wind Potential
5.2 Installed Capacity
5.3 Regional Potentials & Forecasts
  5.3.1 Marmara
  5.3.2 Aegean
  5.3.3 Eastern Mediterranean

6. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

7. EQUIPMENT IMPORTS

8. WIND POWER PLANT INFRASTRUCTURE

9. WIND COST ANALYSIS

10. GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS & POLICIES

11. LICENSING & INCENTIVES

LIST OF FIGURES:

Figure 2-1: Electricity Demand-Supply Mix (TWH), 2009-2018
Figure 3-1: Electricity Installed Capacity by Source (%), 2010
Figure 4-1: CO2 Emission (Million Tonnes), 2004, 2007 & 2010
Figure 4-2: GHG Emissions by Sector (Million Tons CO2 eq.), 2010
Figure 4-3: Environmental Expenditures (Billion US$), 2007-2010
Figure 4-4: CEE & SEE Region - Number and Value of Renewable Energy Production Deals (Million Euro), 2007-Q3 2010
Figure 4-5: CEE & SEE Region - Renewable Energy Production Deals by Source of Energy (%), 2007- Q3 2010
Figure 4-6: CEE & SEE Region - Renewable Energy Production Deals by Countries (%), 2007-Q3 2010
Figure 5-1: Wind Power Potential by Region (%)
Figure 5-2: Wind Power Installed Capacity by Location (%), 2009
Figure 5-3: Wind Power Installed Capacity (MW), 2008-2014
Figure 5-4: Annual Wind Turbines Installation (Units), 2008-2014
Figure 5-5: Marmara - Wind Power Installed Capacity (MW), 2009-2014
Figure 5-6: Aegean - Wind Power Installed Capacity (MW), 2009-2014
Figure 5-7: Eastern Mediterranean - Wind Power Installed Capacity (MW), 2009-2014
Figure 6-1: Shares of Companies in Wind Power Installed Capacity (2010)
Figure 6-2: Share of Companies in Wind Power Installed Units (2010)
Figure 7-1: Wind-Powered Generating Sets Imports (Million US$), 2003, 2008 & 2010
Figure 9-1: Typical 2 MW Wind Plant Cost Break-up (%)
Figure 9-2: Medium Size Wind Turbine Cost Break-up (%)
Figure 11-1: City wise Distribution of Wind Plant Licenses (2005-2009)

LIST OF TABLE:

Table 2-1: Power Sector Investment Need by Source of Production (Billion US$), 2005 to 2015
Table 5-1: Wind Power Potential by Leading European OECD Countries (MW)
Table 8-1: Major Wind Projects by Capacity (MW), Sponsor & Status
Table 9-1: Regional Wind Potential by Wind Speed (m/s) and Wind Density (W/m2)
Table 9-2: Electricity Generation Costs by Source (Cents/KWH)
Table 10-1: Renewable Energy Tariff’s by Source & Tenure (January 2011)
Table 11-1: Sector wise Licensing Period (Month)
Table 11-2: Bonus Payment for ‘Made in Turkey’ Wind Components (January 2011)
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