Analysis: What could recent EBRD funding announcements mean for hydrogen in Turkey and Poland?

“Turkey has seen significant diversification of its energy mix in the past decade. In particular, bolstered by a supportive policy environment, renewable energy has grown impressively, led by hydropower, solar and wind.”

That was the verdict of Dr. Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), as he launched an IEA report into Turkey’s energy sector with Dr. Alparslan Bayraktar, Turkey’s Deputy Minister for Energy and Natural Resources, back in March 2021.

Turkey’s renewable capacity had grown by 50% over the five years prior, according to the report1.

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