The largest power generation companies (GenCos) in the world have a tremendous impact on climate change. Indeed, plans to diversify the mix significantly modify the share of carbon-free energy in the final electricity consumption. Those strategies (and implementation) are key levers to meet the Paris Agreement targets.

This said, what actual changes have occurred since 2015 for main players?

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Turkey is expected to spend TRY100bn (€6.5bn) on energy bills for its citizens in 2022, providing 50% support for natural gas and 25% support for electricity. More than 2.1 million households will get electricity consumption assistance up to 150 kWh. In 2021, Turkey spent...



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