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Turkey Power Sector Outlook 2016

  • ID: 2099974
  • Report
  • Region: Turkey
  • 88 Pages
  • Kuick Research
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  • Aksa Energy
  • Ayen Energy Co.
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The power sector in Turkey is a highly evolved and efficient sector, being supported by an extremely favorable and facilitative government policy and regulatory regime. The power sector is divided into three sub-sectors in Turkey, namely the generation, transmission and distribution sectors.

The power generation sector in Turkey is fully competent to meet the domestic demand. Furthermore, the country is also capable of supplying electricity to neighboring nations in Europe and Asia, as triggered by its strategic location as a Euro-Asia power hub. The total installed capacity in Turkey for power generation was around 53 GW in 2011 and future plans for further rise in this capacity, aided by the enthusiasm of the private domestic and foreign companies are in full swing.

Turkey is a very promising destination to make long-term investment, both from domestic and foreign companies, in the electricity sector. It is a strong and prominent destination for electricity generation, located strategically at the heart of the globe and with a great future to further expand its presence in Europe and Middle East. The power sector is fully competitive and has been opened up for private players.

The Turkish Power sector today boasts of extremely market friendly regulations, speeded up as a part of the ongoing liberalization process, which has resulted in huge capacity additions by big players in order to meet the growing present and future demand for power.

The primary fuels currently being used for production of power in Turkey are coal and water. Other fuels that are gaining importance with time are oil, natural gas and geothermal resources.

The sector is growing rapidly with Government facilitating the flow of private sector investment into the sector. The sector also has a great future owing to the rising demand for power in Turkey and nearby regions of Europe and Middle East.
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1. Turkey Power Sector Structure

2. Turkey Power Sector Performance Indicators
2.1 Installed Capacity
2.1.1 By Fuel
2.1.2 By Public/Private Companies
2.1.3 By Region
2.2 Electricity Generation
2.2.1 By Fuel
2.2.2 By Public/Private Companies
2.2.3 By Region
2.3 Electricity Consumption
2.3.1 By Consumer Group
2.3.2 By Sector
2.3.3 By Region
2.4 Peak Power Load
2.5 Power Import & Export
2.6 Power Infrastructure: Transmission Lines & Substation

3. Power Distribution Regions

4. Tariff & Customer Base
4.1 Retail Sales & Distribution Usage based Tariff Component
4.2 Customer Segment

5. Sector Trends
5.1 Focus on Renewable Energy
5.2 Increasing Investments
5.3 Privatization of Distribution Regions
5.4 Favorable Policy & Regulatory Framework

6. Regulatory & Policy Framework
6.1 Electricity Market Law
6.2 Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (MENR)
6.3 Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA)
6.4 Atomic Energy Commission
6.5 Cross Border Power Trading
6.6 General Directorate of Electrical Power Resources Survey and
Development Administration (EIE)

7. Power Sector Future Outlook 2016
7.1 Installed Capacity
7.2 Power Demand
7.3 Peak Power Load
7.4 Nuclear Power

8. Competitive Landscape
8.1 State Electricity Generation Corporation (EUAS)
8.2 Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS)
8.3 Turkish Electricity Distribution Corporation (TEDAS)
8.4 Turkish Electricity Wholesale Corporation (TETAS)
8.5 Zorlu Energy
8.6 Ayen Energy Co.
8.7 Akenerji
8.8 Aksa Energy
8.9 Enerjisa Group

List of Tables

Table 2-1: Regional Installed Capacity by Fuel Type (GW),2011
Table 2-2: Power Generation by Fuel (TWh),2008-2011
Table 2-3: Regional Electricity Generation by Fuel Type (TWh),2011
Table 2-4: Net Electricity Consumption by consumer Group (TWh),2009
Table 2-5: Net Electricity Consumption by Region (TWh),2009
Table 2-6: Power Transmission Network by Voltage Level (kV, km),2010
Table 2-7: Number of Substations and Power Board by Voltage Level (MVA),2010
Table 2-8: Turkey International Interconnection Network by Country
Table 3-1: Power Distribution Company by Province
Table 3-2: Electricity Distribution Companies by Ownership (Public/Private),2011
Table 7-1: Planned and Proposed Nuclear Power Reactors

List of Figures

Figure 1-1: Turkey Power Market Structure
Figure 2-1: Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW),2006-2011
Figure 2-2: Hydro Power Installed Capacity (GW),2006-2011
Figure 2-3: Natural Gas Based Installed Capacity (GW). 006-2011
Figure 2-4: Coal/Lignite Installed Capacity by Fuel (GW),2006-2011
Figure 2-5: Liquid Fuel Based Installed Capacity (GW),2006-201
Figure 2-6: Multi Fuel Fired based Installed Capacity (MW),2006-2011
Figure 2-7: Wind Power Installed Capacity (MW),2006-2011
Figure 2-8: Waste based Installed Capacity (GW),2006-2011
Figure 2-9: Geothermal based Installed Capacity by Fuel (GW),2006-2011
Figure 2-10: Installed Power Capacity by Sector (%), 2010 & 2011
Figure 2-11: Cumulative Installed Capacity by Region (%),2011
Figure 2-12: Gross Electricity Generation (TWh),2006-2011
Figure 2-13: Monthly Electricity Generation (TWh),Jan-Dec'2011
Figure 2-14: Electricity Generation by Public & Private Companies (%),2011
Figure 2-15: Electricity Generation by Region,2011
Figure 2-16: Internal Consumption at Power Plants (TWh),2008-2010
Figure 2-17: Gross Power Consumption without Theft/Losses (TWh),2006-2011
Figure 2-18: Gross Power Consumption by Month (TWh), Jan-Dec 2011
Figure 2-19: Net Power Consumption after Theft/Losses (TWh),2006-2010
Figure 2-20: Net Power Consumption by Sector (%),2009
Figure 2 21: Peak Power Demand (MW),2006-2011
Figure 2-22: Power Import & Export (GWh),2006-2011
Figure 2-23: Power Import & Export (GWh),Jan-Dec'2011
Figure 2-24: Power Import by Country (GWh),2010
Figure 2-25: Power Export by Country (GWh),2010
Figure 5-1: Wind Power Installed Capacity Targets (GW), 2015 & 2023
Figure 7-1: Forecast for Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW),2012-2016
Figure 7-2: Forecast for Power Demand (TWh),2012-2016
Figure 7-3: Forecast of Peak Load under High & Low Demand Scenario (MW),2012-2016
Figure 7-4: Share of Nuclear Energy in Total Energy Matrix,2020
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- State Electricity Generation Corporation (EUAS)
- Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS)
- Turkish Electricity Distribution Corporation (TEDAS)
- Turkish Electricity Wholesale Corporation (TETAS)
- Zorlu Energy
- Ayen Energy Co.
- Akenerji
- Aksa Energy
- Enerjisa Group
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