E-Newsletter No : 42


No: 42 - October 2017

Customer Satisfaction at the Pace of Measures
ELDER Chairman of the Board Çeçen said that the public sector was involved with customer satisfaction, centered on the measures taken by the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources for the distribution sector.
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Renewables Cooperation to Positively Impact EU-Turkey ties: Report
Greater cooperation between the European Union and Turkey on renewable energy and energy efficiency could make a major positive impact on relations, Brussels-based think tank Bruegel has said in a report.
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Former Landfill Site in New York State Turned into Solar Facility with more than 7,800 Panels
The mayor of Rochester, New York, has cut the ribbon on a new solar facility situated on a former landfill site that has been vacant since 1972.
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Climate change is projected to have severe impacts on the frequency and intensity of peak electricity demand across the United States

Maximilian Auffhammer, Patrick Baylis, Catherine H. Hausman

It has been suggested that climate change impacts on the electric sector will account for the majority of global economic damages by the end of the current century and beyond. The empirical literature has shown significant increases in climate-driven impacts on overall consumption, yet has not focused on the cost implications of the increased intensity and frequency of extreme events driving peak demand, which is the highest load observed in a period. We use comprehensive, high-frequency data at the level of load balancing authorities to parameterize the relationship between average or peak electricity demand and temperature for a major economy.

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2nd Energy Efficient Products Fair
23 November 2017 / İstanbul, Turkey
20. Electricity Power Conference
19-22 March 2018 / USA