It was held on 4 October turkey, In the capital Ankara, the meeting of the Coordinating Council To improve the investment climate (YOIKK). “Turkey aims to increase the share of . green economy To reduce the effects of climate change. We are taking eco-friendly measures to mitigate the devastating effects of climate change,” Vice President Fuat Okte said during the event. The Vice President’s remarks come ahead of the conference. UN COP26 On climate change in Glasgow, Scotland from 31 October to 12 November.
Strong position of production and logistics
Okte also pointed role of pandemic Due to this“Disruptions in global supply chains, And how Turkey has managed to mitigate potentially disastrous consequences, thanks to its advantageous position in Turkey Production and logistics.
“We are moving towards a green economy and we are entering an era of green growth. Our steps are aimed at increasing long-term foreign investment” – said Okte. “Despite the negative environment in the global economy, we ended 2020 with growth. Our economic growth rate of 1.8% ranked second among G20 countries last year. We continued this acceleration in the first quarter. Growth of 7.2% With and in the second quarter with 21.7% “- closing Okte.
development in the renewable energy sector
Turkey ranked fifth in Europe last year in terms of capacity addition Renewable energy According to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Renewables 2020 report, it is expected to increase by 22.2 gigawatts (GW) to 66.8 GW by 2025. The country also ranks among the top five countries in Europe in terms of large-scale production facilities for wind power equipment.
Source: Hurriyat Daily News, Anadolo Agency
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