Renewable Electricity Production Increased 72 Percent in Turkey

renewable generating electricity increased in my face in Turkey
renewable generating electricity increased in my face in Turkey

Zeren Zeren Group CEO Mustafa Yigit, with large investments in Turkey in the field of energy said energy is rapidly becoming a fully independent country.

While the world population increases by an average of 80 million every year, energy consumption also increases with the same acceleration. While fossil fuels such as oil, coal and natural gas are insufficient in meeting the energy needs in the long term, they seriously harm the world with the chemicals they emit. While this situation highlights renewable energy sources, studies on energy technologies accelerate in Turkey as well as in the rest of the world. kazanit seems to. According to TEİAŞ data, while 2017 gigawatt/hour electricity was produced in our country in 26.562 with geothermal, wind and solar energy, this figure reached 2020 in 72 with an increase of 45.897 percent. Mustafa Yiğit Zeren, CEO of Zeren Group, which makes investments in wind energy in Turkey and Europe, said, “Renewable energy sources are becoming more and more important for the future of the world. kazanhe's eating. Especially in this period when we are feeling the effects of climate change more and more, Turkey is on the way to become a fully independent country in energy with its big investments.

30% of electrical energy will be met from renewable sources

Pointing out that while the energy consumption of the world is gradually increasing, the fossil fuel resources are constantly decreasing, Mustafa Yiğit Zeren said, “We consume more energy every year than before. In order to meet this high demand, we need to utilize renewable energy sources at the highest level. Turkey, in the transport sector and at least 2023 percent of the total demand for electricity needs until 30 to meet the renewable energy targets of 10 percent. It also aims to reduce its energy intensity, ie the amount of energy consumed per unit of GDP, by at least 2011 percent based on 20. As a country rich in renewable energy resources, we are taking firm steps towards these goals and we see that our success is an example to Europe in particular.

A 3 MW portfolio is targeted in 50 years

As one of Turkey's well established holdings in the energy field they undertook the mission to provide national income, that they export renewable energy projects are also mentioned in this context Mustafa Yigit Zeren, "We believe the future is in renewable energy. In 2021, we aim to undertake international investments and grow in strategic areas. We prioritize renewable energy investments. We develop renewable energy projects for European countries, especially the Netherlands, Poland, Ukraine and Romania. "We plan to reach a portfolio of 3 MW in the next 50 years with the investments we will make in solar and wind energy in these countries."

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