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2019-11-08 10:45:00

TURKEY'S RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY: 46%

TURKEY'S RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY: 46%

DS - 05.11.2019 - Renewable energy resources have accounted for 46% of Turkey's electricity generation so far this year, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Dönmez said Tuesday.

This 46% ratio represents a steady monthly increase, Dönmez said during his address at the 8th Turkish Wind Energy Congress organized by the Turkish Wind Energy Association (TWEA) that kicked off in the capital Ankara on Tuesday.

Combined local and renewable energy resources saw a total share of 64% in electricity production between January and October this year, marking…

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