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Turkey power markets long-term outlook 2015

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Report summary

Turkish electricity demand will increase by 2.4% a year to 2035 which reflects growing electrification in all sectors combined with increasing household wealth.Gas will retain its position as the biggest power supplier but in the short term coal and hydro will take market share. In the long term strong growth in renewable capacity and the introduction of nuclear power will eat into the role of established fuels. Government policy drives many of these developments with incentives for coal and renewable development.

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Table of contents

    • Links to related reports
    • Residential, commercial and agriculture (RCA)
    • Industry
    • Transport
    • Losses and energy industries
    • Existing capacity
    • Gas
    • Coal
      • Nuclear
      • Renewables
      • Oil and other non-renewable thermal fuels
    • Peak demand and margins
  • Infrastructure
    • Annual generation by source
  • Trade

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This report includes 10 images and tables including:


  • Annual generation by fuel
  • Power demand
  • Electricity infrastructure map
  • Net imports
  • Existing capacity
  • Forecast new capacity
  • Generation capacity and peak demand
  • Reserve margin
  • Annual generation by fuel
  • Generation capacity by fuel

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