Electric energy policy models in the European Union : can there be a model for Turkey?

Kurbanoğlu, Özgür
The thesis discusses Turkish energy sector by using examples, projections made by the European Union, and positions of the experts and scholars. The work discusses the process of reformation of Energy sector, and what the obstacles and difficulties are. It is important that Turkey needs progress in the process of reformation that can be satisfied by using a functioning model in the field. Turkey has to apply the legislation of the European Union as an applicant country. Turkey needs a strategy for achieving the application of the energy legislation. Different countries in the European Union have been examined in the work for finding the strategy for Turkish energy sector. The countries have been selected for their peculiarities (Greece) and their strategical approaches for shaping their markets (France, Italy, Germany, United Kingdom ا G8 countries in the European Union). The result of the study shows that the energy pool applied in England and Wales of the United Kingdom is a successful example, and it can be used for electricity policy along with some other developments in the field. The work tries to propose a model for the reform to be done, for the benefit of the society.
Citation Formats
Ö. Kurbanoğlu, “Electric energy policy models in the European Union : can there be a model for Turkey?,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.