Turkish hydro development surges ahead

George, Alan
December 1998
Middle East;Dec98, Issue 285, p33
Reports on the success of the development of the hydroelectric industry in Turkey due to the increasing demand for power. Embrace of the build-operate-transfer approach which has neutralized funding problems; State Hydraulic Works as agency overseeing the country's hydroelectric program; Dams and hydroelectric stations slated for construction.


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