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    Can you do me a favour finding out whether Turkey is selling electricity to (any of)... Ver más its neighbours? I am labelled as insane and I am outcast. I was not allowed to do the experiment and it was one of the reasons for being labelled as insane.They sell electricity to Iraq and according to Bloomberg they have a deal to sell to Syria. Not sure why that would mark you as insane. They are doing it openly.Here is the idea that came to my mind in late 2000 or early 2001 : WATER LIFTS WATER ,Richard M. Nixon
    Insane are you? Welcome to my world and stop caring what other people think of you. You can always try Google for your research. But Turkey as a seller of power doesn't make sense. The government, along with outside investors, is constructing infrastructure and plants to provide power to it's own citizens. The demand is rising too. Your country probably BUYS power from the Russians.
    Of course, things that don't make sense are usually government policy. They sure are in the US! Historically, you live in the best area the planet has to offer. A true Eden if folks living there use their heads.

    Be and stay well, I hope that helped. Of course, my real answer is that I don't know.Vlachislav Tihanof
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    Thank you , sir. I am sorry for being late. Can you tell me the meaning of those calculations in words? How much water lifts how much water?kicks
    Currently Turkey has electricity by/sell agreements with: Azerbaijan

    and has plans for connections with Greece.

    Looks like the State of Turkey is getting out of some of the electricity business. It has already sold 20 of its electrical grids to private investors and now has 4 more up for bidding (Turkey is not restricting buyers to locals, companies from other countries are also submitting bids).

    Although she is selling abroad now it won't be for long. Turkish demand is estimated to exceed its electricity generation capacity this year.

    Source: Global Energy Network Institute (GENI)

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    Here is the idea that came to my mind in late 2000 or early 2001 : WATER LIFTS WATERDavid
    Many references to selling electrical power to Iraq:


    Other sites note plans to sell electrical power to Cyprus, although that seems a wee tad far-fetched to me.
    So far, all I found was that Turkey sold electricity to Greece for a few months... and now apparently they are arguing over an electricity debt that Greece has incurred over the years... it's a territorial dispute at the moment

    However, I do not see Turkey currently selling electricity to anyone..naked_and_barefoot N.I.T.
    Turkish energy company Kartet has secured a deal to export electricity to northern Iraq and has applied for an export license. That development could add to tensions between Baghdad and Ankara.

    Under the deal with the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), Kartet will supply 200 megawatts (MW) of electricity a year, sources said April 29, adding that the Turkish Energy Ministry had given its consent to the deal.eane ~PWCM~JLA
    Greg Deane ~PWCM~JLA
    Turkey does sell it to Iraq

    Turkish Firms to Sell Electricity to Iraq
    Posted on 13 June 2013. Tags: Aksa, Electricity, Karadeniz Holdings, Kartet, Turkey
    Turkish Firms to Sell Electricity to Iraq
    By John Lee.
    The Turkish Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK) has approved the applications of two Turkish companies, Aksa and Kartet, to export electricity to Iraq.
    The two companies will have the “equal rights” to export power to the Mosul region of Iraq, using the existing 154 kilovolt (kV) PS3-Zakho power transmission line.
    They will export around 2 billion kilowatt-hours annually.
    Kartet, a subsidiary of the Turkish conglomerate Karadeniz Holding, used to supply electricity to Iraq between 2003 and 2008, but security issues and a payment row reduced sales.
    Hasan Köktaş, the head of the EPDK, said that the Turkish exports of power to Iraq are worth an estimated 400 million Turkish Liras ($212 million).
    (Source: Hurriyet Daily News)

    Another hint: Turkish energy company offers shares to public

    Aksa Energy, a Kazancı Holding company, announced it is ready to launch its first initial public offering, or IPO, at a press conference on Monday.

    The company will offer 13.5 percent of its shares to the public, as the stock will be offered to investors ver menos
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