Turkey Wind Farm Installed Capacity to Surpass 2.2 GW by 2012

Inclusion of renewable sources into overall energy matrix and government focus on development of wind power industry will fuel the overall installed capacity growth in future.

Turkish wind sector has been expanding gradually in recent years. The rising electricity demand and government focus on renewable energy has resulted in a series of favorable transformations for wind power sector. The Government of Turkey recognizes the importance of wind as an excellent and environmentally friendly source of energy thereby focusing on growth of the wind power sector in the region. The importance of the wind power sector in Turkey’s overall energy matrix is reflected from the fact that wind capacity has grown almost 3000% from 2006 to 2011.

Table of Contents

1. Turkey Power Sector Structure

2. Turkey Wind Power Sector Outlook

2.1 Installed Capacity – By Region & Company
2.2 Electricity Generation
2.3 Operating Wind Farms By Company & Province – 2011
2.4 Grid Connectivity
2.5 Feed in Tariff

3. Operating Wind Farms By Company & Province – March’2012

4. Wind Power Resources & Potential

4.1 Onshore & Offshore Potential
4.2 Wind Power Potential by Province

5. Wind Power Sector Emerging Trends

5.1 Focus on Renewable Energy
5.2 Increasing Investments
5.3 Favorable Policy & Regulatory Framework
5.4 Domestic Turbine Manufacturing

6. Regulatory & Policy Framework

6.1 Electricity Market Law
6.2 Renewable Energy Law
6.3 Energy Efficiency Law
6.4 Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources
6.5 Energy Market Regulatory Authority
6.6 General Directorate of Electrical Power Resources Survey and Development
6.7 Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation
6.8 Turkish Electricity Distribution Corporation
6.9 Turkish Electricity Wholesale Corporation

7. Competitive Landscape

7.1 Polat Energy
7.2 Agaoglu Energy Group
7.3 Zorlu Energy
7.4 Borusan EnBW Energy