Everyone is talking about how power purchase agreements are a key tool to increase PV capacity in Turkey, due to the looming uncertainty of the country’s feed-in tariff regime after mid-2021. According to Stantec Turkey’s Selen Inal, Koray Goytan, and Alcan Ozden, the incentives could be lower than expected, or even unavailable for some technologies. This has raised questions about alternative financing mechanisms.
European utilities with large exposure to renewable energy have performed well this year, despite a downturn in both energy demand and prices on the back of Covid-19.
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