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Turkish Wind Energy Association (TÜREB) President Mustafa Serdar Ataseven stated on Monday that strong winds during the year have led to a large accumulated supply of energy and noted that the high supply and low demand has driven electricity costs down. Ataseven continued: “If we increase the number of wind power plants, this could be reflected in lower energy costs for citizens because we use our own local resources. The base cost per kilowatt of wind power is 7.3 cents which is much lower than other energy sources.”
He also mentioned the recent draft document prepared by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry which calls for a 12 times higher payment from renewable energy companies who wants to build the plants on some public land, which acts as a disincentive. Ataseven also said, “There are currently 20 such projects valued at $43 million that are waiting for approval. If the draft is sanctioned, it will lead to the cancellation of all of these projects and reduced investments” reports Today's Zaman.
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