Turkey takes fight against climate change one step further; Aims to become carbon neutral by 2053

Turkey has set a goal that goes beyond the required reduction as a developing country, announcing to the world its goal of being carbon neutral by 2053.

It has achieved a threefold growth in its renewable energy installed power alone in the last 20 years while more than half of its total installed power, 53% proportionally, consists of renewable resources.   In geothermal, Turkey has the fourth-largest installed capacity in the world. It ranks second in Europe and ninth globally in hydroelectric power plants (HPPs)


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