Tag: Energy

New commentary by Prof İşeri, E., “Turkey’s energy policy: Indigenous at home, Blue Homeland in the World”

New commentary by Prof İşeri, E., “Turkey’s energy policy: Indigenous at home, Blue Homeland in the World”

New commentary by İşeri, E., “Turkey’s energy policy: Indigenous at home, Blue Homeland in the World”, BIANET (English), 03.06.2021.

New Book Chapter by Prof. İşeri E., Uygurtürk T. (2021). “Energy Governance in Turkey”.

New Book Chapter by Prof. İşeri E., Uygurtürk T. (2021). “Energy Governance in Turkey”.

New Book Chapter by Prof. İşeri E., Uygurtürk T. (2021). “Energy Governance in Turkey”. In: Knodt M., Kemmerzell J. (eds) Handbook of Energy Governance in Europe. Springer, Cham.    

New chapter by Prof Emre İşeri entitled “Energy Governance in Turkey”, in the Handbook of Energy Governance in Europe, Springer, 28 April 2021

New chapter by Prof Emre İşeri entitled “Energy Governance in Turkey”, in the Handbook of Energy Governance in Europe, Springer, 28 April 2021

Prof Emre İşeri  co-authored a chapter with Dr Tuğçe Uygurtürk-Gazel entitled “Energy Governance in Turkey, in the Handbook of Energy Governance in Europe, Springer, 28 April 2021.

 

Energy governance has been widely prescribed to address the energy trilemma (i.e., energy security, energy equity, and environmental sustainability) at global, regional, and national levels. This is a particularly daunting task for those net energy importer developing countries with growing energy consumption levels to fuel their growth. Drawing on primary documents and statistics along with the relevant academic literature and reports, the chapter scrutinizes energy governance in Turkey with a particular emphasis on the neoliberal developmentalist model of its carbon-intense economy with ambitious regional energy diplomacy (i.e., pipeline politics). Albeit its generous renewable energy resource endowment and renewable energy support mechanisms/initiatives, energy governance deficits with limited norm diffusion/policy transfer/convergence prospects from the EU slowdown energy transition of the country. The chapter concludes that the new normal of the post-COVID-19 provides a significant opportunity not only for the revitalization of its economy based on the renewable energy sector and energy-efficient technologies but also harnesses the energy transition of Turkey towards a green economy.

Emre İşeri

Events organised by IAI in the framework of the 5th “EU- Arab World Summit: a Strategic Partnership”

Events organised by IAI in the framework of the 5th “EU- Arab World Summit: a Strategic Partnership”

The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) organised two panels in the framework of the “5th EU- Arab World Summit: a Strategic Partnership”, on the topic of “Palestine” and “Energy in East Med”, November 9-10, 2020. ​More​ on the events and the agenda can be found here

WORKING PAPER N°4 “Egypt and the East Med gas reserves” by Dr. Marika Karagianni

WORKING PAPER N°4 “Egypt and the East Med gas reserves” by Dr. Marika Karagianni

EUMENIA’s fourth working paper entitled “Egypt and the East Med gas reserves” by Dr. Marika Karagianni is now available to download here.

New book chapter by Emre Iseri

New book chapter by Emre Iseri

Emre Iseri published a chapter entitled “Turkey’s entangled (energy) security concerns and the Cyprus question in the Eastern Mediterranean” in Alexis Heraclides and Gizem Çakmak (ed.), Greek-Turkish relations in the 21st Century, Routledge,2019,pp.257-270.

Event: EUMENIA public event on energy geopolitics in the Eastern Mediterranean

Event: EUMENIA public event on energy geopolitics in the Eastern Mediterranean

On December 4th, Dr. Beste Isleyen, Dr. Emre Iseri, and Dr. Alexandros Yannis will speak at a public event entitled “Energy geopolitics in the Eastern Mediterranean” which will be held on December 4th (20:00-21:30) at SPUI25 in Amsterdam. For more information and to register, please […]