Turkish Transmission and Distribution Grid Market

  • ID: 3714894
  • Report
  • Region: Turkey
  • 36 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Accelerating Investments Through a Well-monitored and Managed Grid
The privatisation of distribution regions in Turkey has allowed grid investments to be conducted in a more systematic manner. The primary aim is to supply uninterrupted and high-quality energy to the different regions of the country by reducing the loss and theft ratio. In the third investment period (2016-2020) the total investment budget has been increased by 116% from that of the second investment term (2011-2015).

The budget allocation was made by taking currents needs of the grid and different regions into account. 95% of all investments are aimed at improving grid infrastructure and enlarging grid network. Technological investments comprise 5% of the budget, on average, which is expected to increase by 2020.

Key Finding:
- As sustainable and reliable energy supply becomes more important, traditional business model for utilities is transforming to a more technology-based business model. It is expected that in the next investment term, technological investment will increase.
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1. Executive Summary
  • Key Findings
  • CEO’s 360-Degree Perspective
2. Market Overview
  • Snapshot of the Turkish Power Grid
  • Sectoral Split of Net Electricity Consumption
3. Turkish Electricity - Transmission and Distribution Grid
  • Turkish Electricity Transmission Grid
  • Turkish Electricity Distribution Grid
  • Privatisation of Electricity Distribution Regions
  • Unbundling of Distribution and Retail
  • Pre-privatisation Grid Investments
  • Post-privatisation Grid Investments
4. Investment Plans
  • Investment Plans of the Turkish Transmission Authority
  • Investment Plans of the Distribution Companies
5. Future Trends
  • 3 Big Predictions
  • Legal Disclaimer
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