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İzmir, where became the center of Turkey's clean energy and clean technology investments, will host a significant investment of 105 million USD in electric vehicle charging units, by Italian automotive giant Eldor. Project-based incentives will be provided by the Turkish government for the electric vehicle...

  The Wind Energy Cluster Ecosystem continues to grow in İzmir the wind energy equipment manufacturing and service hub of Turkey. You can see the latest ecosystem map from the below link.   Link: Wind-Energy-Cluster-Ecosistem-in-Izmir-2021.pdf      ...

Japanese Company Yanmar, which is one of the world's leading producers of construction machinery, agricultural machinery and equipment, energy systems, sea and industrial engines; aims to make Turkey its production and export base also by growing in the energy sector with its production facilities in...

Green jobs, by International Labour Organization ILO, are defined as decent jobs that contribute to preserve or restore the environment, be they in traditional sectors such as manufacturing and construction, or in new, emerging green sectors such as renewable energy and energy efficiency. The Global...

Turkey's largest wind energy industry event 9th Turkish Wind Energy Congress was held online by Turkish Wind Energy Association (TWEA) with the participation of Ministry of Industry and Technology Minister Mr. Mustafa Varank and Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Mr. Fatih Dönmez. Making the...

The clean energy transition is becoming more and more important for the sustainability of the world, and both public and private sector investments in this field are increasing. In accordance with these trends, the Wind Energy Equipment Production sector in İzmir is developing every day....

"İzmir based Turkish technology start-up, Ni-cat Battery Technologies will start nickel-based cathode production for the manufacture of efficient lithium-ion batteries in Turkey for both domestic use and for future worldwide exports. The nickel-based cathode alloy is used for lithium-ion batteries in several industries including electric...

İzmir is a center of attraction for global software companies now. Singapore-based company Rapsodo, which develops software and sport technologies for golf, baseball and basketball sports, is expanding its R&D office located in Teknopark Izmir. The company, which exports all of its technologies, will realize...

New actors in the wind energy sector enter to Turkey market through İzmir. Danish Blade Service company is in Turkey as International Blade Service and started operating in İzmir as a new member of the İzmir Wind Energy Ecosystem. Danish Blade Service in Vamdrup, Denmark, was...

While information and communication technologies develop rapidly around the globe, new software investments are also being made in İzmir. Netherlands based company Amatis Development B.V. expands in İzmir with its new investment in health technologies. Experienced in financial software solutions, web and mobile applications, an innovative...

While it is expected that offshore wind power will expand impressively over the next two decades, boosting efforts to decarbonize energy systems and reduce air pollution as it becomes a growing part of the electricity supply; İzmir companies have also been integrating into the value...

Electric mini-vehicles of the Kodeco company operating in İzmir hit the road through the vehicle sharing platform ZOOP developed by the same company. With an investment of technology company Kodeco based in Izmir, a new car-sharing platform is added to the developing electric mobility ecosystem both...

İzmir firms closely follow the development of the wind energy sector and integrate into the sector's value chain. Cranes produced in Turkey by İzmir company Güralp, serve to wind turbines in Denmark. Güralp's CEO Alparslan Kurtmen, by stating that they are in cooperation with wind equipment...