Turkey’s Energy Policies: Towards a Sustainable and Secure Future

The Turkish government’s investment in various alternative and clean energy sources reflects its attempt to decrease Turkey’s dependence on foreign energy sources.

The Turkish government continues to invest in various alternative and clean energy sources such as solar, wind, geothermal and biomass, along with its investments in hydroelectric power. The recent breakthrough regarding the first Turkish nuclear power plant that is planned to be operational by 2023 is another example of these diversification attempts. Along with the recent investments in hydropower, the development of nuclear power capabilities reflects the Turkish government’s attempt to use all available alternative resources in an attempt to decrease Turkey’s dependence on foreign energy sources.

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