Coal A to Z
Recent articles on coal, particularly on its place in electricity production, its effects, its future and its production.
History The discovery of first coal reserves in Ottoman Empire dates back to 1731, when lignite reserves were discovered in Sarajevo by Humbaracı
Climate Change Coal is the most carbon intensive fossil fuel and phasing it out is a key step to achieve the emissions reductions needed to limit
Future of Coal in Global Markets Phase-out of unabated coal use is arguably one of the top priorities to achieve climate mitigation targets.
Increasing coal fired power generation is one of the main objectives of Turkey’s energy strategy. Between 2015 and 2019, coal fired power
Throughout the last decade, Turkey has been one of the fastest growing economies in the world with an average annual GDP growth rate of
In 2019, coal made up 37% of electricity generation, and 22% of the total installed capacity in Turkey. As of March 2020, total installed