Turkey will launch 74 solar energy mini tenders for its YEKA-zones

The tenders aim to attract offers particularly from small and medium-sized enterprises working in the solar energy sector and will cover PV plants with a total installed capacity of 1000 MW, to spread across 36 regions in the country.
The YEKA tenders form part of Turkey’s aim to supply 65% of its energy needs from domestic and renewable sources by 2023.
Turkey has the potential to establish over 1,000 MW of solar energy capacity each year. According to the data of the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK) the country’s solar energy capacity has exceeded 6,500 MW since investments were initiated nearly five years ago.
dailysabah.com, 06 January 2021