Mustafa Yilmaz was once again appointed head of Turkish Energy Market Regulatory Authority, EMRA, Turkish Official Gazette said on Tuesday.
After his two years' presidency in Turkish Energy Watchdog, Yilmaz was appointed as president for six years by Turkey's council of ministers.
"We will not only actualize new regulations to simplify energy investors' work but also protect consumer's right with our consumer-wise attitude," Yilmaz said in his written statement.
EMRA will work to protect and develop its fair, transparent and competitive structure, Yılmaz said.
Yilmaz was assigned as a board member of EMRA in 2014. He became the vice president in 2010 and was appointed as EMRA's president in February 2014.
Turkish energy watchdog EMRA was established in 2001 to supervise and regulate the energy market with the objective of ensuring the development of financially sound and transparent competitive environment.
By Muhsin Baris Tiryakioglu