The Energy investment agenda which can take Turkey to its 2023 goal of $2 billion of economic growth has been set. The countr's energy sector will go through a change through projects from Energy and Natural Resources Minister Berat Albayrak. While the aim is to reduce Turkey's external energy dependency along with seven basic energy investments, investors will be encouraged to refined and produce domestic and recyclable resources. There will also be a focus on alternative energy resources such as wind power, solar energy, hydroelectricity and nuclear power. The projects in the 65th Government Program aim for Turkey to reach a competitive energy system that can strengthen its strategic position in the international energy trade.
The main topics of the projects include concrete steps that will facilitate the construction of nuclear power plants, and the maximization of domestic and recyclable energy resources, and they will also be used in the production of nuclear power.