KDK’s Energy Team Contributes to The Energy Regulation and Markets Review: Turkey

KDK’s Energy Team Contributes to The Energy Regulation and Markets Review: Turkey

As it did in 2015 and 2016, Turkey continues to take concrete steps to meet energy demands and to keep increasing the figures until 2023. In addition to relevant targets for electricity and natural gas, Turkey is also planning to enact a separate coal law, considering the specific needs of operating coal mines and the use of coal to meet energy demands. This shows that, while focusing on renewable energy investments, Turkey will continue to use coal as an energy resource in its energy strategies. All in all, Turkey aims to stop being an energy importer and start exporting energy in the coming years. Please download the Turkish chapter here.

This article was firstly published in The Energy Regulation and Markets Review, 7th Edition, in June 2018.

As it did in 2015 and 2016, Turkey continues to take concrete steps to meet energy demands and to keep increasing the figures until 2023. In addition to relevant targets for electricity and natural gas, Turkey is also planning to enact a separate coal law, considering the specific needs of operating coal mines and the use of coal to meet energy demands. This shows that, while focusing on renewable energy investments, Turkey will continue to use coal as an energy resource in its energy strategies. All in all, Turkey aims to stop being an energy importer and start exporting energy in the coming years. Please download the Turkish chapter here.

This article was firstly published in The Energy Regulation and Markets Review, 7th Edition, in June 2018.