Over the last fifteen years Turkey has emerged as a robust economy, and the standard of living for its burgeoning population has increased dramatically, but this success brings with it the challenge of meeting the energy needs of a fast-developing nation. As part of its 2023 plan, Turkey is looking to cultivate stable, reliable energy sources. Currently, more than 70 percent of Turkey's energy needs are met by imports, mostly fossil fuels, from countries and regions that are not always politically or economically stable. A goal has been set to make renewable energy - wind, hydorelectric, solar, geothermal, and biomass - account for 30 percent of Turkey's energy supply by 2023. In this Investigation, The New Turkey takes a look at the details of these plans, with articles by İsmail Kavaz, Erdal Tanas Karagöl, Salihe Kaya, and Ilya Roubanis.