Turkey in 3rd Nuke Plant Bid

October 2012
Journal of Turkish Weekly;10/22/2012, p17
The article gives information about the Nuclear Energy Production Forum that was held in Turkey on October 20, 2012. Turkish Energy Minister Taner YÝldÝz who spoke at the forum said France and the U.S. might bid on a construction contract for Turkey's third nuclear power plant. Deputy Energy Minister Murat Mercan noted renewable energy as well as nuclear energy are needed for the country's economic development.


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