Turkey Electric Power Sector Report 2017/2018

  • ID: 4449594
  • Report
  • Region: Turkey
  • 75 pages
  • EMIS, A Euromoney Institutional Investor Company
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As the Turkish Government is Targeting an Increase in the Share of Renewable Sources in the Generation Mix, Non-Hydro Renewables Will Account for 13% of Total Installed Capacity, Up from 9% in 2017

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Enerjisa
  • ENKA Power
  • EUAS
  • TEIAS
  • MORE
This report provides a complete and detailed analysis of the electric power sector for Turkey. The author presents in-depth business intelligence in a standard format across countries and regions, providing a balanced mix between analysis and data.

What this report allows you to do:
  • Understand the key elements at play in the electric power sector and the energy matrix of Turkey
  • Access forecasts for growth in the sector
  • View key capacity, generation and consumption data for the sector in Turkey
  • Crystallise the forces both driving and restraining this sector in Turkey
  • Ascertain Turkey’s position in the global sector
  • Build a complete perspective on sector trade, investment and employment
  • Understand the competitive landscape and who the major players are
  • View M&A activity and major deals
  • Gain an understanding of the regulatory environment for the sector in Turkey
  • Build a clear picture of trends and issues for specific sub-sectors (e.g. power generation, transmission and distribution, and consumption).
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Enerjisa
  • ENKA Power
  • EUAS
  • TEIAS
  • MORE
01 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • Sector in Numbers 2016
  • Sector Overview
  • Sector Snapshot
  • Sector Outlook
  • Driving Forces
  • Restraining Forces
02 SECTOR IN FOCUS
  • Main Economic Indicators
  • Main Sector Indicators
  • Installed Capacity
  • Focus Point
  • Electricity Generation
  • Electricity Consumption
  • Power Grid Losses
  • Imports
  • Exports
  • Foreign Direct Investments
  • Global Positioning
  • Employment and Wages
03 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
  • Highlights
  • Timeline
  • Power Generation Market Structure
  • Installations Ownership Structure
  • Power Supply Market Structure
  • Wind Market Structure
  • Top M&A Deals
  • M&A Activity
04 COMPANIES IN FOCUS
  • TEIAS
  • EUAS
  • ENKA Power
  • Enerjisa
05 REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT
  • Government Policy
  • Power Sector Privatisation
  • Renewable Energy Targets
06 POWER FROM
  • CONVENTIONAL SOURCES
  • Highlights
  • Main Events
  • Installed Capacity
  • Natural Gas Energy
  • Coal Energy
  • Coal Plants Privatisation Pipeline
  • Nuclear Energy
07 RENEWABLE ENERGY
  • Highlights
  • Main Events
  • Renewable Energy Feed-in-Tariffs
  • Installed Capacity
  • Hydropower Energy
  • Southeastern Anatolia Project
  • Hydropower Plant Privatisation Pipeline
  • Wind Energy
  • Wind Projects Under Development
  • Solar Energy
  • Solar Projects
08 POWER TRANSMISSION AND
  • DISTRIBUTION
  • Highlights
  • Transmission Network
  • Existing International Power Lines
  • Planned International Power Lines
  • Power Distributors
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Enerjisa
  • ENKA Power
  • EUAS
  • TEIAS
  • MORE
In order to keep up with rising demand in one of the world’s fastest growing economies, Turkey’s power sector has expanded at a rapid pace over the last decade. At the same time, increased electricity consumption has posed challenges for the electricity network, which often experiences overloads and blackouts. Around 15% of the electricity transmitted is lost and there are leakages across much of the network.

To address these issues, the Turkish government has been pursuing a policy leading towards liberalisation and privatisation of the power sector. Seeking to increase the country’s energy security, the government is taking steps to diversify energy supply and make greater use of domestic resources, with an increased focus on renewables. To achieve those goals, an estimated investment of TRY 1.2bn is needed in the period 2015-2019.
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  • TEIAS
  • EUAS
  • ENKA Power
  • Enerjisa
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