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Sayı: 28 - Ağustos 2011

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Prof. Dr. Nesrin Yardımcı - TUCSA Executive Board Chair

Coming years will see a boost in wind power stations in turkey and its neighbours. Therefore Turkish industrialists should be prepared for such an expansion. Technical proficiencies and capacities must be developed.

“Significant contribution to the sector”

Coming years will see a boost in wind power stations in turkey and its neighbours. Therefore Turkish industrialists should be prepared for such an expansion. Technical proficiencies and capacities must be developed. Accurate orientation and employment of the Turkish capacities will be beneficial for the national economy creating new epmloyment areas. Using instead of fossil and nuclear energy sources the renewable energy sources is vital for the land and the planet we live in; and it should not be forgotten that energy efficiency is as significant as its production. Rapid growth in national economy faces a dependence on foreign energy sources, yet Turkey is second in the world for wind power potentially. This should be assessed, developed, and made common. We will be listening from the experts to the measures taken for the solutions to the energy issue and developements in this sector. Past an future measures will result in the expansion of the present 1400MW (megawatt) power to 22000 MW in 2023. New investments will enhance the energy production in Turkey, and will help alleviate the unemployment since jobs will be created in producing, transporting, assembling the wind turbines. For today the necessary colums and wings are supplied by imports. However when the national demand is ten or fifteen folds and the neighbouring countries also seek wind power alternatives national companies will inevitably increase and improve their productions. As a resuilt of this development the sector will receive new blood and at the same time related sectors will also be motivated. Investments made in wind turbines will also affect the steel sector towards growth. The wind energy power station capacity of Turkey in 12 years is expected to reach 22 thousand megawatts, which is a growth of 15 folds and the constructional steelworks to process 1.2 million tons of steel in Turkey’s plants. Today Turkey approximately processes 1 million tons of steel and the target for 2023 is 5 million tons which will be facilitated by the expansion in the wind power. Therefore the opportunities should be considered carefully in Turkey and the related sectors should be ready to pounce in time.
Çelik Yapılar - Sayı: 28 - Ağustos 2011

Seminer & Kurs

RÜZGAR ENERJİSİ VE SANTRALLERİ SEMİNERİ
Prof. Dr. Nesrin Yardımcı - Türk Yapısal Çelik Derneği Yönetim Kurulu Başkanı
Hasan SELEKT - Enerji ve Tabii Kaynaklar Bakanlığı Enerji İşleri Genel Müdürlüğü, Şube Müdürü
Mustafa ÇALIŞKAN - Elektrik İşleri Etüt İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü, Yenilenebilir Enerji Kaynakları şube Müdürü
Prof. Dr. Tanay Sıdkı Uyar Marmara Üniversitesi Yeni Teknolojiler Araştırma Uygulama Merkezi Müdürü EUROSOLAR-Avrupa Yenilenebilir Enerji Birliği Başkan Yardımcısı ve Türkiye Bölümü Başkanı Dünya Rüzgar Enerjisi Birliği Başkan Yardımcısı
Prof. Dr. Milan VELJKOVIC
Patrick WAHLEN - Global Busines Director for Power Generation, Lincoln Electric, ABD
Anssi MAKELA - Sales Manager, PEMAMEK, Finlandiya
Önder DEMİRER - Demirer Holding Yönetim Kurulu Başkanı
Koray ALTINKILIÇ - NORDEX Enerji A.Ş.
Hasan ŞEMSİ - Berdan Cıvata ve Somun Sanayi Genel Müdürü



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