Future of Power Generation in Turkey

  • ID: 3934349
  • Report
  • Region: Turkey
  • 51 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Over the last two years, the type of investment in electricity generated has changed when compared to the investment environment of the last decade. Although big thermal power plants are still being commissioned, the growth rate of renewable investments is significantly higher than that of thermic power plants, especially in the licence-exempt market.

Most of the significant installed capacity additions are still expected to come from thermal power plants; however, the total of the renewable energy projects will also contribute to the total installed capacity in a remarkable way. On the other hand, due to the oversupply in 2015 and 2016, the investments will see a slower trend in the next 5 years.

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1. Future of Power Generation in Turkey

2. Executive Summary
  • Key Findings
  • CEO’s 360-Degree Perspective
  • 3 Big Predictions
  • Relevant Research
3. Market Overview - Future of Power Generation in Turkey
  • Total Installed Capacity, Energy Demand and Growth
  • Breakdown of Installed Capacity in the Last 3 Years
  • Overview of Installed Capacity
  • Installed Capacity and Forecast
  • Changing Trends
  • Natural Gas
  • Coal
  • Hydropower
  • Wind Power
  • Solar Power
  • Geothermal Power
  • Licence-exempt Electricity Generation
  • Nuclear
  • Legal Disclaimer
4. Appendix
  • Future of Power Generation in Turkey - Competition Results for Solar Power Pre-licences
  • Future of Power Generation in Turkey - Domestic Coal
  • Future of Power Generation in Turkey - Import Coal
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