Turkey turns to renewables

Standing by the Bosporus Strait in Istanbul, you’re always struck by the ease with which Turkey embraces connectivity.

Whether it’s the Black Sea merging into the Mediterranean, impressive suspension bridges connecting European and Asian sides, or marvelling at the vast range of globally registered vessels plying their trade, there is no escaping the power of interconnectivity.

Now Turkey’s energy industry is having to thread new lines of integration as the global momentum behind decarbonisation, renewables and hydrogen washes against its shores.

On October 1, the European Commission will regulate all trade with non-EU countries. Under the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) key industrial goods will need certification that they are carbon free.

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