Turkey: flexibility and availability make natural gas an ally for energy production
Market and policy
In the 90s, the first natural gas cogeneration plants were already being built in Turkey. Today, it has become a key player in electricity production despite the issues related to the price and availability of this resource on Turkish territory. On the other hand, biogas remains an untapped resource to be highly valued.
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