From Global Energy Monitor
This article is part of the CoalSwarm coverage of Turkey and coal.


Türkiye Elektrik Ticaret ve Taahhüt A.Ş. is the Turkish government owned wholesale company which takes up the stranded costs of domestic coal plants.[1]


TETAŞ purchases half of the electricity generated (measured by installed power in commercial operation in October 2017) by power plants which burn local coal. In 2018 first quarter TETAŞ pays 200 lira per MWh.[2]

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Website: www.tetas.gov.tr

Articles and resources


  1. [www.mondaq.com/turkey/x/554968/Renewables/Wholesale+Market+TETA+And+Stranded+Costs+In+The+Turkish+Power+Market Turkey: Wholesale Market, TETAŞ And Stranded Costs In The Turkish Power Market], Mondaq, Dec. 2016
  2. "Domestic coal-fired power plants to be supported by Turkish Electricity Company", BusinessTurkey, Dec 9, 2017.

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