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30 Sep 2016  |  Europe
An Assessment for the Implications for the Energy Sector
The failed coup attempt has created increased volatility in Turkey but the government has acted decisively with robust policies to reinstate stability and confidence in the economy. Turkey’s energy sector has been relatively unaffected during the past few weeks but some potential delays in projects are expected as the government tackles the secur...
18 Aug 2016  |  Europe
Utilizing Local Resources will Transform the Industry and Reduce Dependency on Fuel Imports
Over the last two years, the type of investment in electricity generated has changed when compared to the investment environment of the last decade. Although big thermal power plants are still being commissioned, the growth rate of renewable investments is significantly higher than that of thermic power plants, especially in the licence-exempt mark...
27 Jul 2016  |  Europe
Determined Steps to be Taken During the Third Investment Term will Transform the Grid
Scope of the report The research report includes the following segments: Product scope: Smart Grid Market Geographic scope: Turkey End-user scope: Smart grid market participants, electricity generation, transmission and distribution companies Drivers and restraints, investment trends, and future trends have also been provided for the Turki...
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03 May 2016  |  Europe
Investments Accelerate to Support Improved Management, Loss and Theft Ratio Reduce after Privatisation
The privatisation of distribution regions in Turkey has allowed grid investments to be conducted in a more systematic manner. The primary aim is to supply uninterrupted and high-quality energy to the different regions of the country by reducing the loss and theft ratio. In the third investment period (2016-2020) the total investment budget has been...
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30 Dec 2015  |  Europe
Small-scale Installments Driving Momentum
The Turkish solar power market is at an early growth stage, and high future growth is promising. In terms of irradiation rates, solar power in Turkey is expected to grow rapidly in the medium term. Government incentives such as guarantees of purchase and feed-in-tariffs are the main drivers for the market. The government has made efforts to overcom...
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30 Sep 2015  |  Europe
Continued Solution Innovation Drives Growth
This research service on the European substation automation market presents a detailed analysis of key market trends, market drivers and restraints, revenue forecasts for the hardware and the software segments, country-wise forecasts, and market share analysis. It also provides an in-depth analysis of the role of information and communication techn...
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22 Sep 2015  |  Europe
Healthcare and Office Sectors Drive Strong Growth
The Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) market in Turkey is poised for a period of strong growth. As investments are expected to continue and thrive in the healthcare, office building, telecom, and datacentre sectors, these application areas represent key growth opportunities for the Turkish UPS market. This study also provides a detailed overview...
21 Nov 2014  |  Europe
Attaining Grid Flexibility is Essential for Integrating Europe's Decentralised Power Networks
This study provides insight into the key enablers affecting the flexibility of grids. The intermittency and unpredictability of renewable technologies has led power suppliers to invest in smart and flexible grid solutions. Investments in technological developments will also ensure grid flexibility during voltage dips and capacity overloads. Grid fl...
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29 Sep 2014  |  Europe
Growth in Fossil-fired Generation to Translate into Improved Growth in the Power Plant Services Market
The power generation market in Europe has witnessed a challenging period over the past 3 years following the global financial crisis. It continues to face a very stagnant and difficult period. Power producers are still running their coal-fired plants rather than immediately investing in gas-fired generation. Therefore, the European power plant serv...
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16 Jun 2014  |  Europe
Emergence of New Technologies and Resurgence of the Construction Sector Will Further Drive Stand-by Power Demand
Energy security is the key demand driver for onsite stand-by power needs in the European region. Grid instability and power outages due to the capacity overload in the Eastern countries along with the stand-by demand for intermittent renewable power sources in Western regions continue to drive the need for onsite power generation technology such as...