Turkey's second Geothermal Workshop and Congress will be held at the Bilkent Hotel in Ankara on Wednesday, April 11.
According to Turkey's Geothermal Power Plant Investors Association (JESDER), the event will run for two days.
On the opening day on Wednesday, a workshop on renewable energy regulations will take place where new trends will be discussed.
Experts in the private and public sector will discuss research in geothermal energy fields, finance in geothermal activities and insurance on Thursday.
Turkey ranked fourth in the global geothermal energy league in 2017 after the U.S., Philippines and Indonesia, thanks to an addition of $1.4 billion of investments, JESDER said in mid-January.
"Turkey’s geothermal energy installed capacity increased from 760 megawatts (MW) to 1,100 MW in 2017," JESDER said.
By Gulsen Cagatay