Renewable Energies and Their Subsidies in Turkey and some EU countries-Germany as a Special Example

Kaya, Durmuş; Kılıç, Fatma Çanka
March 2012
Journal of International Environmental Application & Science;Mar2012, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p114
Academic Journal
The article presents a study which examines the importance of renewable energy sources and usage, production incentives, and clean energy policies in Turkey, Germany, and other European Union (EU) countries. It explores the benefits of advanced technologies and effective solutions to energy source problems on the economic development, sustainability, and environmental enhancement. It also looks into the demand for clean energies and the growth opportunities for the renewable energy industries.


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