Turkish Transmission and Distribution Grid Market, Forecast to 2020

Investments Accelerate to Support Improved Management, Loss and Theft Ratio Reduce after Privatisation

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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 increased by 116% from that of the second investment term (2011-2015). The budget allocation was made by taking currents needs of the grid and different regions into account. 95% of all investments are aimed at improving grid infrastructure and enlarging grid network. Technological investments comprise 5% of the budget, on average, which is expected to increase by 2020.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Takeaway, Turkey, 2015–2020
CEO’s 360-Degree Perspective
2. Market Overview
Snapshot of the Turkish Power Grid
Electricity Market Scheme, Turkey, 2015
Length of Electricity Transmission and Distribution Lines, Turkey, 2002 and 2014
Sectoral Split of Net Electricity Consumption
Sectoral Split of Net Electricity Consumption, Turkey, 1990–2014
3. Turkish Electricity—Transmission and Distribution Grid
Turkish Electricity Transmission Grid
Development of Transmission Grid,Turkey, 1980–2014
Turkish Electricity Distribution Grid
Realized Loss and Theft Ratio in 21 Distribution Regions, Turkey, 2011–2014
Privatisation of Electricity Distribution Regions
Privatisation of Electricity Distribution Regions, Turkey, 2008–2013
Unbundling of Distribution and Retail, Turkey, 2012–2016
Pre-privatisation Grid Investments
Investment Expenditure by TEDAS, 2000–2009
Post-privatisation Grid Investments
Investment Budget of Distribution Companies, Turkey, 2016–2020
Investment Expenditure, Turkey, 2011–2020
4. Investment Plans
Investment Plans of the Turkish Transmission Authority
Transmission Grid, Turkey, 2013–2015
Investment Plans of the Distribution Companies
Operating Grid System Investments, Turkey, 2015–2020
5. Future Trends
IT systems will be connected to each other not only within a distribution region but also among the regions
Sustaining cybersecurity becomes critical for both government and private companies.
Distributed power generation gaining momentum will push the smart grid investments further.
Projects for underground lines and submarine lines will increase
6. The Last Word
3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
7. The Frost & Sullivan Story
The Journey to Visionary Innovation
Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career
Global Perspective
Industry Convergence
360º Research Perspective
Implementation Excellence
Our Blue Ocean Strategy


List of Figures & Charts

1. Distribution Grid Market: Realized Loss and Theft Ratio in 21 Distribution Regions, Turkey, 2011–2014
2. Electricity Distribution Grid Market: Investment Expenditure by TEDAS, 2000–2009
3. Electricity Distribution Grid Market: Investment Expenditure, Turkey, 2011–2020


1. Turkish Electricity Market: Length of Electricity Transmission and Distribution Lines, Turkey, 2002 and 2014
2. Electricity Market: Sectoral Split of Net Electricity Consumption, Turkey, 1990–2014
3. Turkish Electricity Market: Development of Transmission Grid,Turkey, 1980–2014
4. Electricity Distribution Grid Market: Investment Budget of Distribution Companies, Turkey, 2016–2020
5. Electricity Transmission Market: Transmission Grid, Turkey, 2013–2015



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