Turkey intends to build two additional thermal energy stations, Erdogan says
Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on Tuesday, said his nation will fabricate two additional thermal energy stations after the development of Akkuyu Power Plant, Anadolu News Agency reports.
As per the report, Turkey is intending to initiate the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant’s first unit in 2023, Erdogan said on 9 November during an initial service of a structure having a place with the Energy Market Regulation Institute (EPDK).
“At the point when 443 thermal energy stations are as yet dynamic on the planet’s 32 nations, saying ‘Let Turkey not own thermal power’ is carelessness — in case it isn’t double-crossing. Clearly, those discussing Turkey’s endeavors to arrive at clean thermal power have been acting with plans other than affectability towards the climate,” Erdogan said.
Then again, the Greek Foreign Minister voiced his dread that the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant in Turkey’s Mersin could turn into a new “Chernobyl” in a call with US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken.