İsmail Kavaz

İsmail Kavaz

İsmail Kavas graduated from the Department of Econometrics at Gazi University in 2009. He received his MSc from the University of Leicester in 2012 and is currently a PhD student at Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University. Kavaz is both a Research Assistant at the University he studies and at the SETA Foundation.
Turkey's National Energy Policies in 5 Questions

Turkey's National Energy Policies in 5 Questions

February 23, 2019
The success of projects such as TANAP and TurkAkım may be accepted as a reference point regarding Turkey's potential as a center of energy trade. These will help Turkey's progress towards the goals it intends to achieve.
What is Turkey s Shale Gas Potential

What is Turkey’s Shale Gas Potential?

March 29, 2018
The existing shale gas potential of Turkey, though not abundant, can still decrease the country's natural gas dependency, which is approximately 99 per cent. But how about the cost-benefit analyses?
The Trump Effect on the Global Energy Game and Turkey

The Trump Effect on the Global Energy Game and Turkey’s Role

February 24, 2017
Although it is difficult to foresee the future energy policies of the new US administration, there are clear signals that the production of fossil fuels will be increased, oil pipeline projects cancelled by the Obama administration will be reactivated, and policies regarding environment and climate change will be revised.
Renewable Energy is Key for Turkey s 2023 Agenda

Renewable Energy is Key for Turkey’s 2023 Agenda

December 25, 2016
Turkey seeks to encourage the production and consumption of renewable energy sources in order to decrease dependency and risk from using fossil fuels. The goal is to increase the share of renewables to at least 30 percent in the production of electricity.