Turkey's total installed power capacity showed a noteworthy improvement in September 2020 thanks to sustainable sources.
According to the data released by the World Energy Council Turkey (WEC Turkey), installed capacity of Turkey reached to 93.2 GW with an increase of 184.3 MW in September. Renewable energy capacity had 92 percent share in this increase.
In terms of the resources, natural gas took the lead with an installed capacity of 25,632 MW, followed by hydropower sources with 21,877 MW.
Also, the number of the power plants in Turkey is announced to be 8,990 by WEC Turkey.