‘COP26 will only be a success if there is no new coal’

Six countries make up 80% of the world’s remaining coal pipeline and a new report claims November’s conference will be a failure if it does not lead to them rejecting it

EBRD takes stake in Turkish waste-to-energy firm

With the investment, EBRD aims to promote private-sector collaboration in municipal waste management

Turkey vows to tackle ‘sea snot’ outbreak

Turkey’s President has pledged to fight against a plague of jelly grey sludge that is spreading along the Sea of Marmara near Istanbul

UK ‘dumped 210k tonnes of plastic waste in Turkey last year’

More than half of the UK’s acclaimed ‘recycled’ plastic waste is allegedly sent overseas

GE Renewable Energy and Fina Enerji to build 193MW of new wind capacity in Turkey

The wind farms will produce enough clean energy to power the equivalent 195,000 homes and save about 650,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide

Energy used to cook UK’s turkeys ‘could power 35,996 EVs for an entire year’

EV infrastructure provider Chargepoint says the power used to get 10 million turkeys on the table could theoretically fuel a Nissan Leaf’s journey to the moon and back 583 times

Turkey to launch 1GW solar tender in January

The nation’s Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources says a 30MW storage project will also be built

Middle Eastern nations ‘plan to add 41GW of new coal over next decade’

That’s based on projects that have been announced and those currently waiting to be granted permission

Russia starts building Turkey’s first nuclear power plant

The facility is expected to provide 10% of the nation’s electricity requirements

Gazprom granted final permit for TurkStream pipeline

Russian energy giant Gazprom has been granted the final permit for the construction of a second offshore section for the TurkStream gas pipeline. The permit guarantees both sections of the pipeline will be in operation before the end of 2019. Each part will have the capacity of 15.75 billion cubic meters of gas per year, […]