the Turkish government reforms significant to save energy

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the Turkish government reforms significant to save energy


Turkey has become one of the fastest growing energy markets in the world, in parallel with its economic growth during the past ten years. It has been awarded the privatization program which has been successfully implemented in the period in question - the distribution of power now in the hands of the entire private sector, while the scheduled completion of the power plants during the next few years - to grant the energy sector in the country's high competitive structure and new prospects for growth.


It was the economic expansion and rising per capita and demographic trends positive income and the accelerated pace of urbanization are the main drivers of energy demand, which is estimated to grow at a rate of 6 percent per year until 2023. projected capacity electrical list currently of 74 GW to reach 120 GW 2023 to meet growing demand in the state, with more investment from the private sector. As part of its efforts to provide sustainable and reliable energy to the consumers, Turkey offers investors attractive incentives such as tariffs and guarantees for the purchase and delivery priorities and exemptions license etc., Depending on the type and capacity of the power plant.


In the last decade, the Turkish government reforms significant to save energy, with the participation of private entities, thus creating a more competitive energy market. The privatization of power generation assets along with a strategy to pave the way for more private investment, led to increase the share of private entities in the electricity generation sector, from 32 percent in 2002 to 75 percent in 2015 and a further step taken by the Turkish government is a competitive energy sector is to increase Create Mercantile Exchange. Once created energy stocks are not only working to strengthen the process of liberalization of the market, but also will contribute to ensuring transparency and help to maintain the proper balance between supply and demand.

In addition to the existence of a huge domestic market, Turkey is situated in a strategic location between the largest number of consumers and suppliers of energy in the world, and thus is considered a regional energy hub. The oil / gas pipelines existing and planned and created the Turkish straits critical and promising discoveries of oil and gas reserves within the country itself gives Turkey an increasing ability to influence energy prices and strengthen its position as a way to pass.

Available opportunities production of renewable forms of energy - hydropower, wind energy, solar energy and geothermal energy and others - in Turkey in abundance, and the encouraging policies backed by low fees to supply is expected to increase in the rate of the local network in the coming years. The Turkish government has placed a top priority to increase the contribution of renewable energy sources in the total outstanding energy size in the country for up to 30 percent by the year 2023, at a time when it is trying to accommodate the concept of energy efficiency through the enactment of laws establishes the principles of energy saving, both at the level of individuals and companies , as well as providing incentives for investments in energy efficiency.

Renewable energy sources in their importance to the Turkish energy strategy and not less in the coming years about the importance of technology in areas such as waste treatment and reduce greenhouse gases that are often remembered with this new format power generation as an important and critical complementary practices. And the attendant environmental conservation by resorting to renewable energy sources, a number of procedures and systems that are either currently in force or effect will start soon and include reducing carbon emissions and increasing the efficiency of the generation / transfer of energy and promote the use of waste management techniques.

It was the sum of these factors had a profound impact on the energy sector in Turkey, which turned it into one of the most attractive investment destinations in the world. In line with the implementation of regulations and controls that are in the interests of the investor and the high increase in demand, the energy sector in Turkey has become more dynamic and competitive, attracting the attention of more investors for each component of the value chain components in all sub-sectors of energy.

The total investment required to meet the expected demand for energy in Turkey by the year 2023 by about $ 110 billion, more than double the total amount invested in the past decade.

basic facts about the Turkish tourism sector and figures

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basic facts about the Turkish tourism sector and figures



Turkey as the sixth most-loved tourist destinations in the world and is well past its plan to attract more than 40 million tourists a year within the next two years, they are still offering investment opportunities wide in each of the sub-sectors existing and newly developed in the area.

And because of its preferred site of Turkey, and the possibilities that already exist, and mega-projects, and the ambitious goals that have been planned for the year 2023, the tourism sector continues to grow faster than the capacity of hotels equipped to accommodate tourists. Although there was a wave of investments in the past few years, there is still room and plenty of new projects. There is the East and Southeast Anatolia regions of untapped potential to enrich the cultural tourism, as well as common for a lot of the hotel distinctive services concept, which blends well with nature and history and distinctive culture of the regions.


The following are some basic facts about the Turkish tourism sector and figures:

Turkey currently represents the sixth most-loved tourist destinations in the world, and attracts more than 30 million tourists annually, and continues to achieve positive growth every year.
The tourism sector has prepared annual targets to receive 50 million tourists and get a revenue of US $ 50 billion by the year 2023.
According to information released by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the number of foreign travelers coming to Turkey in 2015 was 39.4 million passengers, while total revenue for the tourism industry in the same year amounted to 31.4 billion US dollars.
The growth rate was in the Turkish tourism, higher than the global average in recent years, and the proportion of direct contribution of this area to meet the current account deficit in 2015 was 80 per cent, while the percentage of its contribution to the GDP, 4.37 per cent in the same year .
By the end of 2015, there were 13615 registered facility to stay. There were 9188 licensed facility by its municipalities, while the remaining facility owned 4427 licenses to work in the field of tourism. Total destruction of absorptive capacity of these facilities exceeds 1250000.
There are currently 281 projects under construction and will add 74,130 beds wanted to dramatically increase the number of little family, Turkey.

Antalya is the most preferred city in Turkey based on the number of foreign visitors coming to it. The foreign tourists had increased by 34 per cent in 2014, Vontalia has more than 500 hotel category 4-star and 5 star hotels in the city center and surrounding towns such as Kimac, Belek and Cass.
In 2015, there were more than 165 hotel chains in Turkey, and was owned by international investors 15 per cent of these hotels.
Turkey has 7,200 km area of ​​the coastal strip and occupies the second place among 38 countries because 436 of its beaches-certified Blue Flag; where only Spain only which has a greater number of winning beaches on the Blue Flag certificate more than Turkey number 578 beach. There are also 22 berths holder of a certificate of blue flag in Turkey.
In terms of the elements of the advancement of groundwater thermal tourism, Turkey is among the seven major countries in the world and occupies the first place in Europe by having 1,500 hot springs. And it reached the absorptive capacity in the various thermal spas to 55,140 in total.
Turkey is also a destination for the emerging field of golf tourism by having 15 licensed tourist resorts for golfing. Most of the golf courses in Turkey turf grass cover, which makes it ideal to suit the Mediterranean climate and can play it for more than a decade.
According to tourism figures for 2015, the Euromonitor International magazine compiles the top 100 most city visit in the world, ranked tenth place Antalya number of 11.1 million foreign visitors.
And because of its Istanbul from growing global interdependence, where it is due a large margin to the appropriate geographical location, it is considered to substantially the center of attention with the recently submitted to the fifth place of the cities most visited according to "The MasterCard Worldwide Index of cities unintended" in 2015 during a meeting with more than 11.8 million foreign visitors and local annually.
A report cities and countries rankings issued by the International Association for meetings and conferences (ICCA) 2014 Istanbul retain its position among the top 10 global destinations for holding conferences. And occupying the eighth place in the world in 2014 by setting up 130 conference, it has retained its position Istanbul now among the top 10 cities since 2010.
The Turkish government offers many incentives and pursuing policies that contribute to the provision of low interest rates and the imposition of low tax rates while working to remove any bureaucratic barriers to growth in the tourism sector may hinder decisively.