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French-Japanese consortium to build Turkish nuclear plant

Turkey's energy minister Taner Yildiz has confirmed that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and GDF Suez will jointly build the country's new nuclear power plant at Sinop, on the Black Sea.

Turkey close to nuclear tender decision

Turkey's energy minister, Taner Yildiz has confirmed that the country will select the winning tender for a second nuclear power plant at Sinop on the Black Sea later this month.

Turkish door opens again for French power firms

French companies are eyeing the Turkish energy sector following the resumption of diplomatic ties between the two countries.

Turkey turns to Korea to rescue coal plant

Turkey is in talks with South Korea over the development of a lignite and coal power project that had stalled due to a decision to postpone investment by the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa).

Competition heating up to build Turkish nuclear power plant

Turkey's energy minister Taner Yildiz told a conference this week that the country's second nuclear power plant is subject to growing interest from prospective developers.

$2.4bn coal power plant for Turkey

Turkey's drive to reduce its dependency on energy imports has been boosted by an agreement with China to build a 2640 MW coal-fired power plant in the northwest of the country.

Alstom technology chief tops POWER 100 list

The Senior Vice President, Technology at Alstom Power Systems, has been voted the most influential individual in the European power generation sector following a poll carried out by POWER-GEN Europe.

Turkey to send floating power plant to Gaza

Turkey plans to send a floating power station to Gaza to provide vital electricity to the troubled region.

Turkey to send floating power station to Gaza

Turkey plans to send a floating power station to Gaza to provide vital electricity to the troubled region.

Blow to Turkey after UAE group pulls out of coal plant project

Abu Dhabi-based energy group Taqa has decided to postpone the development of a $12bn coal-fired power project in Turkey, leaving the Turkish government with a new headache over its energy import bill.

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