Renewables versus coal in Turkey’s energy future
November 26, 2014
The government of Turkey could achieve its aims of expanding electricity supply to meet the needs of a growing economy, and reducing dependence on imported natural gas, without adopting the coal-led strategy laid out in its official plans, analysis from BNEF shows. In this video, Angus McCrone and Janis Hoberg present the findings.
To download the report, please visit: about.bnef.com/white-papers/turkeys-changing-power-markets
The study was commissioned by WWF-Turkey and funded by the European Climate Foundation.
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