Electricity generation and its present importance in the economic development of Turkiye are described. Air-pollutant emissions due to power generation and their harmful effects on the environment, as well as costs due to fossil-fuel utilization, are estimated.


TASDEMIROGLU, E (Elsevier BV, 1993-03-01)
Quantitative information on industrial energy consumption patterns in different industrial sectors of Turkiye has been analyzed. The more important energy-conservation opportunities in the heavy energy-consuming industrial activities have been identified. Considerable savings potentials exist through the application of short-term measures involving existing technology. The technological potential for conservation in industrial activities is reviewed.
Geothermal energy potential and utilization in Turkey
Taşdemiroğlu, Ersoy (Elsevier BV, 1988-3)
The regional distribution of the geothermal energy potential in Turkey, recent surveys, and utilization areas are described. The present and future roles of geothermal energy and their economic aspects are discussed. The implications of geothermal energy exploration and utilization are noted. Recommendations are made to expand geothermal-energy development.
Stochastic modelling of wind energy generation
Alişar, İbrahim; Sevaioğlu, Osman; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2012)
In this thesis work, electricty generation modeling of the wind energy -one type of the renewable energy sources- is studied. The wind energy characteristics and the distribution of wind speed in a specific region is also examined. In addition, the power curves of the wind turbines are introduced and the relationship between the wind speed and wind power is explained. The generation characteristics of the wind turbines from various types of producers are also investigated. In this study, the main wind power...
Preliminary Study on Site Selection For Floating Hybrid Wind And Solar Energy Systems In Turkey
Yerlikaya, Nevzat Can; Çakan, Çağatay; Başara, Ilgın; Caceoğlu, Eray; Huvaj Sarıhan, Nejan (2021-09-08)
It is well-known that even though fossil fuels are the main energy resource in Turkey, use of sustainable energy resources such as wind and solar energy has been increasing in the past years and expected to continue on this trend in the next years to come. The suitable land for land-based wind turbines and photovoltaic (PV) systems could also be convenient for various other purposes, such as agriculture. This study aims to investigate the suitable sites for a combined floating wind and solar systems in the ...
Technical and economic aspects of solar space heating in Turkey
Taşdemiroǧlu, Ersoy; Awad, Mostafa F. Shaaban (Elsevier BV, 1990-11)
A computer analysis of solar heating has been performed for Turkey. Results are presented for two prototype buildings using either fuel-oil or coal under different heating loads in three climatic regions (Antalya, Ankara and Kars). Cumulative cost flows are compared for the life-cycle present value technique. Optimum design magnitudes are determined for maximum life-cycle savings. The payback period for capital invested in a solar system, internal rate of return, and total savings are found for the optimum ...
Citation Formats
E. TASDEMIROGLU, “ENVIRONMENTAL-DAMAGE DUE TO THERMAL POWER-GENERATION IN TURKIYE,” ENERGY, pp. 1235–1244, 1994, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/63504.