Reforming Turkish energy markets: political economy, regulation and competition in the search for energy policy
Atiyas, İzak and Çetin, Tamer and Gülen, Gürcan (2012) Reforming Turkish energy markets: political economy, regulation and competition in the search for energy policy. Springer, New York, NY. ISBN 978-1-4614-0289-3
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Turkey has been reforming its energy markets since the 1980s, culminating in two major bills in the early 2000s. The country has restructured electricity and natural gas markets, establishing an independent regulatory agency (EMRA) and passed legislation on renewable and nuclear energy. With these regulatory reforms, Turkey, as a candidate country for accession to the European Union (EU), has aimed to direct the energy markets to a more competitive environment in parallel with EU energy directives. This book contains an analysis of regulatory reforms in Turkish energy markets (electricity, natural gas, renewable and nuclear energy), the impact of these reforms on country’s energy portfolio and role in global energy trade, especially between the EU, the Caspian, Caucasus, and Central Asia. Finally, the book concludes with recommendations for Turkish energy policy.
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