Turkey aims to increase its solar energy investments. The goal is to expand solar power plants in Turkey, which has an average of 7.5 hours of sunshine per day. The production target in 2030 is to increase from 8 billion watts to 30 billion watts.
Turkey’s installed solar energy capacity of 8.3 gigawatts is expected to increase to 30 gigawatts by 2030. Turkey, which has an average of 7.5 hours of sunshine per day, is also increasing its investments to increase its installed power. According to the information obtained from the reports of the International Solar Energy Community, Turkey section, on June 21, World Sun Day, the global solar energy installed power reached 1 terawatt, ie 1 trillion watts, in May.
One of the primary goals in the fight against climate change is to reduce global emissions by half. In this context, solar energy is one of the most important sources. There are solar power plants in 78 provinces in Turkey. It is aimed that these power plants will become installed power by obtaining licenses in the coming years, and the potential of 8.3 gigawatts will be increased to 20 gigawatts and then to 30 gigawatts, ie 30 billion watts, in 2030.