Turkey Close To 50 GW RE Capacity By 2030

GlobalData Sees Turkey’s Renewable Energy Capacity To Increase To Over 49 GW By 2030, Easily Reaching Targeted 15 GW PV Capacity By 2026, A Year Ahead Of Targeted 2027

Market research firm GlobalData expects total non-hydro renewable energy capacity in Turkey to grow to 49.13 GW in 2030, growing from 19.07 GW in 2020, in its latest report Turkey Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2021—Market Trends, Regulations and Competitive Landscape.

UNDP To Train Syrians & Turks For Renewable Energy

Syrian Refugees & Turkish Hosts To Gain Certification In Solar & Wind Power Sectors Through Renewable Energy Laboratories Set Up By UNDP & Turkish Ministry Of National Education In Turkey With Korean Support

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has set up 5 new renewable energy laboratories in Turkey where it plans to train 100s of Syrian refugees and Turkish denizens in skills related to jobs in the solar and wind energy sector of the country.

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