Wind Energy Market in Turkey 2012  Covering its energy requirement from fossil energy sources for the most part, Turkey re...
List of the 62 wind farms in Turkey:      Akhisar (10,800 kW, 6 turbines)               Kozbeyli (30,000 kW, 15 turbines...
Electricity Market & Facts            Turkey needs 4 to 5 thousand megawatts of new capacity every year over the next 10  ...
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  1. 1. Wind Energy Market in Turkey 2012 Covering its energy requirement from fossil energy sources for the most part, Turkey relies on outside sources to procure energy required for its economy and different sectors. Similarly, Turkey had produced 83 pct of the overall electricity in 2008 out of fossil energy sources. Future projectors indicate that the energy requirement of our country would augment and foreign-dependency in energy would thus increase accordingly. The on-going studies state that especially hydraulic power and wind energy potential, as part of the renewable energy sources of Turkey, are highly important and each of these two sources has the technical potential to cover the electric production in 2008. The recent increase in the number of wind energy power stations can be related to the preparation of Turkish Wind Atlas, the preparation of legal arrangements to support private sector entrepreneurs and the rise in oil prices. Wind energy power stations are active in Marmara, Aegean region and the Mediterranean region witnessing more constant and strong winds and are anticipated to be founded in other geographical regions as well in the future.econsultants ∙ Lluis Millet 38 ∙ 08320 El Masnou – Barcelona ∙ Spain ∙ www.econsults.org
  2. 2. List of the 62 wind farms in Turkey:  Akhisar (10,800 kW, 6 turbines)  Kozbeyli (30,000 kW, 15 turbines)  Akres (45,000 kW, 18 turbines)  Madranbaba (19,500 kW)  Aksu (72,000 kW, 36 turbines)  Mahmudiye (29,900 kW, 13 turbines)  Aliaga (192,500 kW, 83 turbines)  Mazi III (22,500 kW, 9 turbines)  Alize (21,300 kW, 12 turbines)  Mazi III Extension (7,500 kW, 3 turbines)  Bahçe (135,000 kW, 54 turbines)  Mersin (34,000 kW, 40 turbines)  Bandirma (115,000 kW, 50 turbines)  Metristepe (40,000 kW, 16 turbines)  Belen (30,000 kW, 10 turbines)  Poyraz (54,900 kW, 28 turbines)  Bergama (90,000 kW, 36 turbines)  Rotor Elektrik Uretim Osmaniye (135,000 kW, 54  Bozcaada (10,200 kW, 17 turbines) turbines)  Burgaz (14,800 kW, 17 turbines)  Samandag (87,600 kW, 63 turbines)  Catalca (60,000 kW, 20 turbines)  Samli (150,000 kW, 50 turbines)  Cesme (86,300 kW, 79 turbines)  Samurlu (30,000 kW, 15 turbines)  Dagpazari (39,000 kW, 13 turbines)  Sares (22,500 kW, 9 turbines)  Datça (29,600 kW, 36 turbines)  Sarköy (28,800 kW, 15 turbines)  Didim (31,500 kW, 15 turbines)  Sayalar (34,200 kW, 38 turbines)  Enez (15,000 kW, 6 turbines)  Sebenoba (30,000 kW, 15 turbines)  Ezine (20,800 kW, 11 turbines)  Senbuk (15,000 kW, 5 turbines)  Foça (30,000 kW, 15 turbines)  Seyitali (30,000 kW, 15 turbines)  Gaziosmanpasa (24,000 kW, 12 turbines)  Silivri (850 kW, 1 turbine)  Gelibolu (14,900 kW, 18 turbines)  Soma 1 (79,200 kW, 99 turbines)  Germiyan (10,800 kW)  Soma 2 (60,900 kW, 20 turbines)  Hadimkoy (1,200 kW, 2 turbines)  Susurluk (62,200 kW, 41 turbines)  Havran (16,000 kW, 8 turbines)  Tokat (40,000 kW, 16 turbines)  Intepe (30,400 kW, 38 turbines)  Turguttepe (23,750 kW, 19 turbines)  Karadag (10,000 kW, 4 turbines)  Türbe (35,000 kW, 14 turbines)  Karakurt (10,800 kW, 6 turbines)  Utopya Res (15,000 kW, 6 turbines)  Keltepe (20,700 kW, 23 turbines)  Yuntdag I (42,500 kW, 17 turbines)  Kemerburgaz (24,000 kW, 12 turbines)  Yuntdag II (15,000 kW, 6 turbines)  Kepsut (197,400 kW, 118 turbines)  Zeytineli II (50,000 kW, 25 turbines)  Kirkagaç (115,600 kW, 50 turbines)  Ziyaret Res (57,500 kW, 23 turbines)  Kores (15,000 kW, 6 turbines)econsultants ∙ Lluis Millet 38 ∙ 08320 El Masnou – Barcelona ∙ Spain ∙ www.econsults.org
  3. 3. Electricity Market & Facts Turkey needs 4 to 5 thousand megawatts of new capacity every year over the next 10 years. The next 10 years will require an investment of $ 8 – 10 billion, to meet the demand of the electricity sector. The average age in Turkey is 29 and the youngest in Europe. That has an importance on further growth, consumption and industrialization. Source “The Trade Council in Turkey, Wind Department”econsultants ∙ Lluis Millet 38 ∙ 08320 El Masnou – Barcelona ∙ Spain ∙ www.econsults.org
  4. 4. Source “The Trade Council in Turkey, Wind Department”econsultants ∙ Lluis Millet 38 ∙ 08320 El Masnou – Barcelona ∙ Spain ∙ www.econsults.org
  5. 5. Given the ever growing potential and the emerged wind energy market in Turkey backed by legislative framework, the Ministry of Energy together with the main R & D association of Turkey together works on the manufacturing of a local wind turbine project called Mil-Res. Development of National Wind Energy Systems and Prototype Turbine Production (MILRES) project: It has been initiated by a group of applied researchers through Turkish Ministry of Energy to develop national wind energy turbine and technologies. The project has been highly supported by the current government of Turkey in line with Turkey’s 20 GW wind energy target for 2023. The project provides opportunities for companies known to be experts on the wind energy sector such as joint ventures with Turkish counterparts, technology transfers etc. Source “The Trade Council in Turkey, Wind Department” Link to companies member of the Turkey Wind Energy Association: http://www.tureb.com.tr/index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=usersList&listid=7&Itemid=0&cb_uyetipi=Kurumsal+%C3%9Cye&limit=30&limitstart=0 For more information on the Turkish Wind Market, contact us on w indpow er@econsults.orgeconsultants ∙ Lluis Millet 38 ∙ 08320 El Masnou – Barcelona ∙ Spain ∙ www.econsults.org

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