30% of Turkey’s 2023’s Electricity Generation Target to come from renewable’s
Turkey's installed power capacity stands today at around 70 GW and the government aims to install an additional 110 GW by 2023. The aims is for 90% of the country's electricity in 2023 to be equally provided by gas, coal and renewable energy plants (30% each). Nuclear energy will provide the remaining 10%. Currently, imported natural gas provides the main bulk of Turkey's electricity generation, around 40%.