Turkey publishes solar and nuclear-focused 2035 energy plan, with 4 GW coal rise

Published 15:48 on January 3, 2023  /  Last updated at 15:48 on January 3, 2023  /  EMEA, Middle East  /  No Comments

Turkey's ministry of energy has announced a national energy plan through 2035 as part of a 2053 net-zero target, focusing on ambitious solar expansion targets to meet expected strong energy demand growth, nuclear growth, as well as a 4 GW buildout of coal plants.

Turkey’s ministry of energy has announced a national energy plan through 2035 as part of a 2053 net-zero target, focusing on ambitious solar expansion targets to meet expected strong energy demand growth, nuclear growth, as well as a 4 GW buildout of coal plants.

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