Technology innovations and economies of scale continue to strengthen the global wind power market. Technology innovations and economies of scale continue to strengthen the global wind power market. According to Ali Aydın, the General Manager of the Country Energy, who pointed out that today there is a wind power capacity of 743 GW installed worldwide and this situation prevents 1,1 billion tons of carbon dioxide emission globally, Turkey, approaching 10 GW of installed wind power, plays an important role in the global struggle.
The ongoing climate crisis around the world is the main reason why countries increase their investments in renewable wind energy. Wind energy, which reached a record installed capacity of 2020 GW with a new capacity of 93 GW established worldwide in 743, helps prevent the adverse effects caused by climate change by providing 1,1 billion tons of carbon dioxide reduction globally. Stating that many countries have better grasped the role of wind energy in combating the climate crisis, Country Energy General Manager Ali Aydın stated that Turkey, which aims to reach 2025 GW of installed wind power by 20, can show great strength against the climate crisis with the right investments and policies.
Global Struggle Against Climate Crisis Continues
While the climate crisis, which poses a threat to our future lives, continues to give a red alert, countries struggling with the crisis are increasing their investments in wind energy. So much so that the wind energy market, which gained record growth with 2020 GW of new capacity established worldwide in 93, has quadrupled in the last decade. Emphasizing that China and the USA have great contributions in such a growth, but global measures and policies should be implemented to ensure carbon neutrality, Ali Aydın emphasizes that removing the obstacles to wind energy will be the most important step in combating the crisis for a clean future.
Wind Energy Investment Increases in Turkey
Wind energy, which has reached an installed power capacity of 743 GW worldwide, continues to fight to remove the obstacles to climate change. The Turkish wind energy sector, together with public institutions, investors and service companies, make great contributions to the work carried out for a cleaner future. Stating that Turkey, which currently has 10 GW of installed wind power, aims to reach 2025 GW installed wind power by 20, Ali Aydın said that the technical competencies and human resources in the installation, maintenance and service sector for the wind power plants to be established are at a level that can offer global quality. conveys. In addition, Aydın said that the investments made in wind energy are an important goal that carries Turkey to a clean and economically strong future, and according to Aydın, sensitive procedures to be applied to the installation and maintenance of power plants constitute the points that should be prioritized in protecting these investments.