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Turkey has come a long way in ensuring power supply security, while increasingly leaning toward renewable energy resources to fulfill demand, according to a recent report on the country’s top 100 largest electricity producers.

It revealed that the state giant Electricity Generation Inc. (EÜAŞ) ranked first within the list with 20.54 megawatts (MW) production capacity.The capacity of the EÜAŞ corresponds to 23% of Turkey’s total installed capacity of 91.27 megawatts electrical (MWe). A total of 12.78 MWe of EÜAŞ’s installed power comes from hydroelectric power plants, the report stated, while 5.95 MWe is produced via natural gas plants, 1.80 MWe from domestic coal plants and 7 MWe from wind plants.

According to the report which took into consideration the installed capacities of the electric producers starting Dec. 31, 2019, ENKA – one of Turkey’s largest construction and energy companies – took second place among the top producers with 3.83 MWe capacity while it is the top private sector producer on the list.

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