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Turkey has the capacity to manufacture 615 million tons of hydrogen

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The ayeli Foundation conducted a presentation at Beyolu Klç Ali Paşa Madrasa on ‘Energy and Hydrogen.’ The relevance of clean energy in the transfer from carbon fuels to hydrogen energy was explained during the conference, which brought together foundation members and university students.

Prof. Dr. BRAhim Dinçer, President of the Hydrogen Technologies Association, informed the members of the foundation at the meeting, which was moderated by Adnan Midilli, a Turkish Academy of Sciences member.

Prof. Dr. Brahim Dinçer, President of the Hydrogen Technologies Association, stated, “Everything is in fact oriented around the energy axis. When we look at the economy today, we can see that it has grown reliant on hydrocarbon resources such as oil, coal, and natural gas. Regional political changes or formations, in particular, have a direct impact on energy flow. The economic balances deteriorate as a result of the disruption of energy flows. After all, there’s anything similar.

The world is changing, and we are transitioning from a hydrocarbon-based economy to a hydrogen-based economy. We are now approaching a phase in which renewable energy sources will replace fossil fuels, in which water will be separated and hydrogen produced, which will be referred to as green or clean hydrogen. Europe makes great use of it and has agreements in place for it. Hydrogen energy presents Turkey with a significant possibility. Turkey is blessed with many renewable energy resources.

One of Europe’s luckiest countries. Turkey has the capacity to manufacture 615 million tons of hydrogen. It’s $1.2 trillion if it starts with the lowest pay of $2. When it comes to Turkey’s current account deficit, energy accounts for the majority of the shortfall. Approximately 70 billion dollars. As a result, there are new prospects and possibilities for Turkey in this regard. But, with the correct management, execution, and technology, I believe the next process will be far better “he stated It’s $1.2 trillion if we start with the lowest pay of $2.

When it comes to Turkey’s current account deficit, energy accounts for the majority of the shortfall. Approximately 70 billion dollars. As a result, there are new prospects and possibilities for Turkey in this regard. But, with the correct management, execution, and technology, I believe the next process will be far better “he stated It’s $1.2 trillion if we start with the lowest pay of $2. When it comes to Turkey’s current account deficit, energy accounts for the majority of the shortfall. Approximately 70 billion dollars. As a result, there are new prospects and possibilities for Turkey in this regard. But, with the correct management, execution, and technology, I believe the next process will be far better “he stated

“THE ENERGY WE USE IS WASTED 30% OF THE TIME.”

Prof. Dr. Adnan Midilli, a member of the Turkish Academy of Sciences, stated, “We squander 25-30% of the energy we consume. This should also be avoided. Thanks to reading and education. As a result, energy efficiency is critical. It is critical to make efficient use of resources. You can construct hydroelectric and solar power facilities, but energy is another story. If there is no education, if there is no energy literacy, if society has not made this a cultural norm, then 30% of these power plants will be useless. It will put a significant strain on the country’s economy. Technology development is simple. Transferring technology is simple. However, integrating people’s hearts, brains, and souls with energy is simple.” This is really tough to accomplish. First and foremost, we must begin here. In this regard, our country has begun to make significant progress. In the foreseeable future, I do not believe there will be any energy shortages.” This will be taken care of. The entire scenario demonstrates this “he stated

“WITH INNOVATIONS FROM THE WORLD OF SCIENCE, WE ARE DEVELOPING OUR COMPETITIVENESS.”

Ali Zeki Saruhan, President of the ayeli Foundation, also stated, “Our youth and colleges are producing really excellent individuals. We are instilling in our young people a desire to raise this topic even higher with our esteemed colleagues in the scientific community. We, as an industrial sector, maintain sustainable rivalry by offering items to the market that we have established our competitive structure with scientific breakthroughs “he stated

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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