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    Energy in Turkey

    Post  Airman on Tue Oct 25, 2016 6:56 pm

    Wind Power Plants

    Number of Active Plants: 157
    Total Installed Power: 5245 Megawatt
    Ratio to Turkey: % 6,81

    Soma Wind Power Plant


    Installed Power: 240 Megawatt

    Solar Power Plants

    Number of Active Plants: 454
    Total Installed Power: 593 Megawatt
    Ratio to Turkey: % 0,77

    Konya Karatay Kızören Solar Power Plant


    Installed Power: 18 Megawatt

    Geothermal Power Plants

    Number of Active Plants: 25
    Total Installed Power: 725 Megawatt
    Ratio to Turkey: % 0,94

    Efeler Geothermal Power Plant


    Installed Power: 115 Megawatt

    Hydroelectric Power Plants

    Number of Active Plants: 577
    Total Installed Power: 26322 Megawatt
    Ratio to Turkey: % 34,17

    Atatürk Dam and Hydroelectric Power Plant


    Installed Power: 2.405 Megawatt

    Natural Gas Power Plants

    Number of Active Plants: 217
    Total Installed Power: 24508 Megawatt
    Ratio to Turkey: % 31,81

    Enka Gebze Natural Gas Power Plant


    Installed Power: 1.540 Megawatt

    Coal and Lignite Fired Power Plants

    Number of Active Plants: 38
    Total Installed Power: 17510 Megawatt
    Ratio to Turkey: % 22,73

    Zonguldak Eren (ZETES) Thermal Power Plant


    Installed Power: 2.790 Megawatt

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    Re: Energy in Turkey

    Post  Airman on Mon Oct 31, 2016 5:37 pm

    Nuclear Power Plants

    Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant

    Status: Under construction
    Commission date: 2022
    Units planned: 4 × 1200 Megawatt
    Nameplate capacity: 4800 Megawatt

    The governments of Russia and Turkey signed a cooperation Agreement in Ankara on May 12, 2010. The Agreement provides for construction of a nuclear power plant consisting of four power units of NPP-2006 project with VVER-1200 reactors of total capacity 4.800 MW in Mersin province located on the southern coast of Turkey.

    Under the terms of the Agreement, the Russian side registered a project company Akkuyu Nuclear JSC (Akkuyu Nükleer Anonim Şirketi) in Turkey on December 13, 2011. The shareholders of Akkuyu Nuclear JSC are the following companies, authorized by the relevant Government Executive Orders of the Russian Federation:


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    Re: Energy in Turkey

    Post  Airman on Mon Oct 31, 2016 5:39 pm

    Alexey Miller: legal framework for TurkStream established

    The Agreement on the TurkStream project between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Turkish Republic was signed today in Istanbul, where the 23rd World Energy Congress is underway.

    The document provides for the construction of two strings of the gas pipeline from Russia to Turkey across the Black Sea, as well as an onshore string for gas transit to Turkey's border with neighboring countries.

    “The document signed today is extremely important as it sets out the legal framework for the TurkStream project. The Agreement has been prepared in an unprecedentedly short period of time, which shows the strong commitment of both sides to deliver the project as soon as possible.

    This is entirely understandable because the TurkStream gas pipeline will substantially enhance the reliability of gas supply to Turkey, as well as southern and southeastern Europe,” said Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee.

    Background

    On December 1, 2014, Gazprom and Turkey's Botas signed the Memorandum of Understanding to construct the TurkStream gas pipeline. The pipeline will run 660 kilometers along the old route of South Stream and cover 250 kilometers of a new route toward the European part of Turkey. It is planned that the first string with the capacity of 15.75 billion cubic meters will be used exclusively for gas supplies to the Turkish market.

    In September 2016, Gazprom received a number of permits for the project from the Turkish authorities, including the first construction permit for the offshore section and the survey permit for the two strings of the offshore gas pipeline in Turkey's exclusive economic zone and territorial waters.

    Alexey Miller: legal framework for TurkStream established

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