Just ten years ahead of its 100th anniversary as a republic and 2023 renewables target, 2013 will see the Turkish renewable sector ramp up with new wind, solar and geothermal installations. The market already benefits from a feed-in tariff which, whilst small in comparison to some, is looking healthier as some European countries abandon theirs. Additionally, it could be offset by lower operating costs that Turkey offers. There is also the offer of a bonus for companies that can manufacture locally and, as the country’s GDP continues to grow on exports, the government is looking for new ways to support strong local industries and foreign direct investment.
Turkey has the second most abundant wind resources in Europe and it is Europe’s sixth largest energy market with huge untapped opportunities so despite the on-going economic pain Europe is suffering, Turkey’s proven wind installations, a commitment from EBRD next year of a further €1 billion towards renewables and on-going government support, the international renewables community is meeting to take a fresh look at the growth opportunities that the Turkish market will offer to their companies and shareholders.
About the Event
The 5th Annual Turkish International Renewable Energy Congress (TIREC), is the most prestigious annual Turkish renewables event. With up to 500 board and director level attendees and active buyers in the market, this is the event where business deals are done. Set to the back-drop of a fantastic, interactive programme which gives you the opportunity to hear from senior government officials, investors, developers and utilities, it also gives you unprecedented flexibility to move between three forward-thinking streams; Wind Power Turkey, Solar Power Turkey and GeoPower Turkey.
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