Price can be high in the beginning but incentives to be offered
Turkey to start offering “green only” energy tariff starting from from, said Fatih Dönmez, Energy and Natural Resources Minister. Electricity consumers interested in purchasing clean, renewable energy would be able to use it.
Price can be high initially
Clarifying that they will issue certificates for homes and businesses using the tariff to promote the use of renewable energy, Dönmez said the renewable tariff is not obligatory. The price may be high initially, the minister emphasized, noting, that with the incentives the country has offered to the renewable energy industry, “the decrease in investment costs will also be reflected in prices over time.” Turkey’s electricity production from renewable sources was around 26% in 2002 and has reached 50% to date.
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