BMI View: Turkey will remain an important European non-hydropower renewables growth hotspot over
the coming decade, as ambitious diversification plans, strong government support and robust investor
interest will remain conducive to sector growth.
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BMI View: Turkey will remain a frontrunner in the European renewables segment over the next decade, as
subsidy cuts in Western Europe coupled with strong government support in Turkey, in form of feed-in-tariffs
and ambitious 2023 capacity targets will continue to be c ..."
BMI View: Turkey will continue to be a key hotspot for renewables in Europe, due to strong government
support in form of ambitious 2023 targets and financial incentives for new capacity developments. While
short-term political uncertainty and economic volatility could ..."
BMI View: A heavy reliance on gas-imports, coupled with a weakening currency, is providing tailwinds for
Turkey's ambitious renewable energy expansion plans. With favourable conditions for wind, solar and
geothermal power, renewable energy will present an increasingly ..."
BMI View: A reliance on gas-imports, coupled with a weakening currency, is providing tailwinds for
Turkey's ambitious renewable energy expansion plans. With favourable conditions for solar and wind
power, renewable energy will present an increasingly attractive soluti ..."
BMI View: Turkey will remain committed to its renewable energy expansion plans in order to reduce fuel
import costs at a time when power consumption in the country is set to surge and the lira continues to
depreciate. Wind will drive the renewables expansion; but we h ..."
BMI View: Turkey's renewables industry is set to expand rapidly over the coming decade and efforts to cut
domestic reliance on gas could create even more momentum in the wind sector - which we have previously
highlighted as a global renewables 'brightspot'. We also se ..."
BMI View: Turkey's recent EUR1.2bn solar tender highlights that the country is keen to exploit all of its
renewable energy potential - not just its efficacy in the expanding wind sector. Although Turkey has tended
to focus on small-scale domestic solar systems, we hav ..."
BMI View: Despite the political unrest and challenging economic picture, Turkey's renewable energy
industry has emerged seemingly unscathed. High levels of investment, continued support from development
banks, a strong project pipeline, and a growing manufacturing sup ..."
BMI View: Despite sizeable economic headwinds that have the potential to sap some of Turkey's impressive
economic momentum, the renewables sector continues to attract interest from a host of international
companies, both developers and manufacturers, as the country em ..."