According to the Bank's document, this project aims to assist Turkey in meeting its increased power demand. The implementing agency will avoid Green House Gas emissions from fossil fuel based power through greater integration of renewable energy sources based in Turkey.
This will entail the following components: (i) development of transmission infrastructure to facilitate faster development of wind power plants; (ii) smart-grid investments to strengthen grid operation and management; (iii) a submarine power cable between Lapseki and Sutluce, and across the Izmit Gulf; and (iv) strengthening of transmission networks to cater to growing demand.
TEIAS- Turkish Electricity Transmission Company
Mr Orhan Kaldirim, General Manager. email@example.com
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