Turkey Orders Turbines
Turkish firms have ordered turbines for wind, hydro and geothermal power projects, reflecting Ankara’s push to reduce its dependence on imported natural gas for generating electricity. Turkey’s energy ministry aims to fully develop the country’s coal and hydropower resources, and is targeting 20GW of wind and 600MW of geothermal capacity by 2023, as well as meeting 5% of demand from nuclear power.
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