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Guest Editor's Note | Summer 2010

Whatever glossy expressions we use in describing an energy strategy, at the end of the day it all boils down to the ability to provide our citizens and companies with a secure and clean supply of energy at affordable prices in order to preserve our standards of living. At the same time, the negative effects of energy use, particularly with fossil fuels, on the environment have to be effectively mitigated.

Guest Editor's Note Summer 2010
Guest Editor's Note | Summer 2010

Whatever glossy expressions we use in describing an energy strategy, at the end of the day it all boils down to the ability to provide our citizens and companies with a secure and clean supply of energy at affordable prices in order to preserve our standards of living. At the same time, the negative effects of energy use, particularly with fossil fuels, on the environment have to be effectively mitigated. That is why Turkey’s energy strategy must focus on creating an internationally competitive energy market offering quality service at low prices, enhancing the contribution of renewables and indigenous energy sources, reducing dependence on imported fuels, supporting new technologies, and doing more with a lower consumption of energy.

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