Undersecretary of Treasury (HM)
Institutional roots of the Undersecretariat of Treasury date back to Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror’s Period of Ottoman Empire. After Treasury in Ottoman Empire underwent some phases, it took its final structure with the establishment of Treasury Pay Office under the Ministry of Finance (MaliyeNezareti) in the year 1863. Treasury Pay Office fulfilled the classic treasury functions defined as equalization of the state revenues and expenditures by time and place, namely treasury operations, before the establishment of the Central Bank as follows: Cash was transferred from the administrative units of the province having cash surplus to the ones having cash deficit. The result obtained by this way was combined with the province’s own accounts and the cash situation of the province was identified. When a province had cash surplus, this surplus was sent to the Treasury; when a province had cash deficit, then cash was requested from the Treasury. more
State Planning Organization (DPT)
Being affiliated to Prime Ministry, the organization’s principal tasks are to provide advice to the government on determination of economic, social and cultural goals of the state, and to design Five-Years Plans according to the goals set by the government. DPT has no direct technical relationship with energy efficiency, but has supportive approaches to energy efficiency problems.
Contact info for State Planning Organization (DTP)
Address: T.C Ministry of Devolopment, Necatibey Street Number:110/A Post Code: 06100 Ankara, Turkey
Phonel: +90 312 294 50 00 Fax: +90 312 294 68 77 website: www.kalkinma.gov.tr
Turkish Standard Institution (TSE)
TSE has been established for the purpose of preparing standards for every kind of item and products together with procedure and service. The Institute is responsible to the Prime Ministry. The institute is engaged in activities of product and process certification like Energy Administration Standards and ISO (5001). State Institute of Statics is the Turkish government agency commissioned with producing official statistics on Turkey, its population, resources, economy, society, and culture. more
Climate Change is mentioned as one of the biggest global problems. Starting from late 1980s, to diminish adverse human effects and pressure on the climate system, there have been studies led by United Nations and finally in 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), in 1997 Kyoto Protocol (KP) have been established. UNFCCC and KP, made legal regulations about limiting and decreasing greenhouse gas emissions and on the other side, started to lead international emission trading, technology and capital movements.
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
UNFCCC have been opened for signature at UN Environment and Development Conference on 3-14 June 1992. The object and purpose of the UNFCCC are to stabilize ‘greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous (human-induced) interference with the climate system and it is envisaged that such a level should be achieved within a time frame sufficient to allow ecosystems to naturally adapt to climate change, to ensure sustainable production and economic development.
Basic principles of the convention are;
- Protecting climate system on the basis of equity and in accordance with Parties’ common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities
- Giving full consideration to the specific needs and special circumstances of developing countries, especially those that are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change.
- Taking precautionary measures which are cost effective and globally beneficial in order to minimize and mitigate adverse effects of climate change.
- Supporting and taking sustainable development into account in Parties’ Development Programs.
- Corporations of Parties.
Kyoto Protocol (KP)
In the city of Kyoto, Japan, at the 3rd Conference of the Parties (COP 3), world-wide binding targets for reducing greenhouse gases, “comprising the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Kyoto Protocol” was signed on 11 December 1997. In order for Kyoto Protocol to enter into force, Annex I parties having at least 55% of total CO2 emissions had been required, finally on 18 November 2004, this requirement met by the approval of Russian Federation on 16 February 2005 and KP could enter into force.
Turkey’s Position on Climate Change Negotiations
Turkey, when convention was opened for signature in 1992, were included both in the original text of the UNFCCC Annex 1 (historical responsibilities), as well as Annex 2 (financial responsibility) list. Turkey, within 1995-2000 COP period, due to being a developing country, had attempted to get out of the UNFCCC Annexes. In 2000, a change of attitude, Turkey submitted a proposal taking part in Annex-1 countries with special circumstances but not taking part in Annex-2 Countries. From October 29th to November 6th of 2001, city of Marrakech in Morocco, at the 7th Conference of the Parties (COP 7), Turkey’s request to be a Party that is out of Annex II but a part of Annex-I with special circumstances was accepted. Turkey legally became a Party to the convention as 189th Party of the convention on the 24 May 2004. Turkey is still a Party of convention in the Annex-1 list, of which special circumstances were recognized by the Convention Parties. more
Environment Policies of ETKB
ETKB is conducting studies on technical and legal issues in order to adopt Europian Union environment legislation and therefore improve Turkey’s environment legislation. It also supports national and international studies about the impact of energy on environment.
ETKB plays an active role in environmental impact assessment in the context of “Environmental Impact Assessment Regulation” that was published in the 3rd October 2013 dated and 28784 numbered Official Gazette. In this context ETKB examines Energy Investment Projects, and participates in Review Assessment Commission and Public Informing Meetings, and all meetings related to energy investments. more
General Directorate of Energy Affairs (EİGM)
Turkish Power System and TEİAŞ
The first power generation in Turkey had been from a 2 kW dynamo connected to water-mill in Tarsus-MERSİN, in 1902. In 1913, Silahtarağa Power Plant was put into service. Operating the power industry under the leadership of State was started upon the establishment of Etibank in 1935 by the Law No: 2805. Following 1948, a big number of thermal and hydraulic power plants constructed by DSİ (State Hydraulic Works) and with the supports of MTA (General Directorate of Mineral Research&Exploration), EİEİ (General Directorate of Electrical Power Resources Survey and Development Administration) and İllerBankası (Bank of Provinces), were connected to national power grid. more
Establishment of Turkish Electricity Transmission Co. (TEİAŞ)
The Loan and Guarantee Agreement concluded with the World Bank on 15.05.1998, has provided legislative arrangements for the establishment of a “National Transmission Company” in power sector.
The Law No:4501 and dated 21.01.2000 has provided the international arbitration in the industry, while the works for the alignment to the EU’s acquit communautaire and resctructuring of the sector accordingly have been launched.
TEAŞ’s restructuring through its privatization has been envisaged also within the framework of the “Program for Economic Stability and Fighting Inflation” which was implemented by the Government in 2001. more
Electricity Generation Company (EÜAŞ)
EÜAŞ is a state owned company which is founded to generate electricity in compliance with the energy and economic policies of the state and in accordance with the principles of efficiency and profitability.
Within the framework of the authority ensured legally, our mission is to generate reliable, economical, quality, environmentally friendly energy by using the resources in our country efficiently so as to increase the public welfare. more
Pioneer Authority in the Electricity Generation
Energy demand of countries takes shape depending on many socio-economic factors like their population, social and economic development, industrialization, urbanization and technological progress. Electricity is one of the most important inputs of socio- economic developments. Therefore providing a reliable, sufficient, good quality and environmentally responsible supply of electricity is essential.more
The General Directorate of Renewable Energy (EİE)
EİE is responsible for implementation and coordination of energy efficiency and renewable energy whereas ETKB is responsible for arranging national energy policies and supervision of their implementation.
EİE is in charge of researching on energy efficiency and publicizing it. Its main duty is to encourage rational energy consuming and increasing energy efficiency in related institutions. more
Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK)
EPDK, which organizes and supervises energy market, was established as an independent organizing authority for electricity by Electricity Market Law of 2001. Organizing energy market in environment friendly way and safely providing energy sources to consumers with high quality and low cost are considered as some of the duties of EPDK.
Contact info for Energy Market Regulatory Authority
Address: İşçi Blokları District Muhsin Yazcıoğlu Street Number:51/C Post code: 06530 Ankara,Turkey
Phone: +90 312 201 40 00 – 201 40 01 – 201 40 02 Fax: +90 312201 40 50 website: www.epdk.org.tr
Energy Efficiency Coordination Board (EVKK)
Within the framework of the new energy efficiency law, Energy Efficiency Coordination Committee (EVKK) that is consisted of ministries, public institutions, non-governmental organizations and representatives of private sector functions as the central organization on high level energy efficiency.
ETKB counselor presides over EVKK which is gathered once every three months. The basic functions of EVKK are to prepare energy efficiency strategies, decide on policies and assign officials for implementation.
Contact info for The General Directorate of Renewable Energy
Address: Eskişehir way 7. km number: 166 Post code: 06520 Ankara,Turkey
Phone +90 312 295 50 00 Fax: +90 312 295 50 05 website: www.eie.gov.tr
Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning
Issuing environmental licenses and organizing environmental legislations are some of the responsibilities of Ministry of Environment and Forestry.
Within the structure of the ministry there are departments related with energy which are responsible for evaluating emission control and environmental effect. Nowadays, studies on pollution and CO2 emission regulations continue and these studies are directly related with energy efficiency and climate change problems. Ministry of Environment and Forestry knows the high priority of energy efficiency on climate change issues.
The ministry organizes activities on cooperation related to environment friendly projects. For instance Ministry of Environment and Forestry is the GEF management center. The energy efficiency projects that are financially supported by this organization in both industrial and building sectors will be started in 2010 in cooperation with the ministry. The ministry also promises that the policies like energy efficiency are in accordance with EU environmental standards.
Contact info for Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning
Address: Vekaletler Street Number: 1 Ankara,Turkey
Phone: +90 312 410 10 00 Fax: +90 312 230 11 03 website: www.csb.gov.tr
The General Directorate of Building Energy Efficiency (BEV)
In order to work more effectively on building energy efficiency and climate change issues within the scope of the Energy Efficiency Law No. 5627, within the jurisdiction of the Ministry July 2010 to work on issues Energy Efficiency Department was established.
Two main regulations regarding energy efficiency in building sector has been produced by Ministry of Energy and Natural resources within the framework of “Energy Efficiency Law” in 2008. These are; more
Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology
Ministry of Industry and Commerce is responsible for development of industrial cooperation, supporting industry and commerce and adaptation of Turkey’s legislation to the EU acquits. It financially and technically helps SME through KOSGEB; supports technology transfer generally through industrial cooperation and tries to energize production of energy efficient equipments for the country. The ministry is also responsible for the regulation of minimum efficiency standards for boilers, personal heaters, electric motors, household appliances, air conditioners and light bulbs. Within this context, a second regulation parallel with the EU instruction on environmentalist design is about to be completed. more
Small and Medium Enterprises Development Organization (KOSGEB)
Being a state institution affiliated to the Ministry of Commerce, KOSGEB is responsible for increasing rate, effectiveness and competitive power of small and medium industrial enterprises, and providing integrations in industry in accordance with financial developments. According to Turkish Energy Efficiency Law, KOSGEB has the right to provide training, research and consultancy support to SMEs under the title of energy efficiency. EİE also provides technical support to KOSGEB for energy efficiency consultancy. more
Ministry of National Education
Ministry of National Education celebrates Energy Efficiency Week at schools. In primary and high schools painting, essay and project contests on energy efficiency are organized every year and winner students are rewarded. The ministry has also published a regulation on “Appointing Energy Administers to Schools” in 17 April 2009.
Contact info for Ministry of National Education
Address: Atatürk Boulevard Number: 98 Ankara,Turkey
Phone: +90 312 413 26 80 website: www.meb.gov.tr
Ministry of Transport, Maritime and Communications
The mission of Ministry of transport is to produce quality, balanced, environment friendly, fair and economic transportation data and to provide communication services for all users. In 9 July 2008 a regulation on energy efficiency was published by the ministry for reducing the unit fuel consumption in national motor vehicle production, increasing efficiency standards and popularizing public transportation. The regulation has been revised.
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of finance is responsible for collecting all types of taxes and allocation/supervision of budget expenditures except state-owned enterprises that are not related with investment.
Because of taxation on energy resources in Turkey, participation of Ministry of Finance in activities may require to some extent. Regarding to energy savings, the ministry should play a more effective role in order to motivate and implement cost effective energy efficiency precautions in public sector and residences. These contributions are especially important for implementing energy efficiency precautions and projects.
The ministry, which allocates budget for energy efficiency every year within the context of Energy Efficiency Law, is reluctant to develop any kind of financial incentive programme like exemption from tax or VAT discount that may cause loss of income since a significant portion of national tax income is obtained from energy taxation.
Contact info for Ministry of Finance
Address: Dikmen Street Post Code: 06450 Ankara, Turkey
Phone: +90 312 415 29 00 website: www.maliye.gov.tr
The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK)
TÜBİTAK, which was established in 1963, is responsible for promoting, developing, organizing, conducting and coordinating research and development in line with national targets and priorities.. It is an autonomous institution which is affiliated to Prime ministry and is governed by a Scientific Board whose members are selected from prominent scholars from universities, industry and research institutions. Having more than 15 research institutes, TÜBİTAK-MAM deals with renewable energy, energy efficiency and clean energy technologies along with R&D and coordination studies for pilot projects.1963 with a mission to advance science and technology conduct research and support Turkish researchers. more
Technology Development Foundation of Turkey (TTGV)
TTGV is established in 1991 in accordance with the international loan agreement signed between Turkish Republic and the World Bank. The founders of TTGV consist of public institutions, private sector firms, umbrella organizations and individuals.
In 1995, Turkey accepted World Trade Organization International Free Trade Rules and also was included EU Customs Union, both of which re-defined the national and international competition terms of Turkey’s private sector. The effects of strong competitive pressure arising from far-east and south-east Asia is felt in Turkey, similar to the rest of the world. more
The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB)
Within the context of its organic law and other applicable legislation, TOBB aims, parallel to the developments elsewhere in the world and in its capacity of the highest level representative of the Turkish private sector, at ensuring unity and solidarity between chambers and commodity exchanges, enhancing development of the professions in conformance with general interest, facilitating professional work of members, promoting honesty and confidence in the relations of members with one another and with the general public, and preserving professional discipline and ethics.
Being a member of Energy Efficiency Coordination Committee, the union also effectively participates in the activity of Energy Efficiency Week.
Contact info for TOBB
Address: Dımlupınar Boulevard Number: 252 Post code: 06530 Ankara,Turkey
Phone: +90 312 218 20 00 Fax: +90 312 219 40 90 website: www.tobb.org.tr
Turkish Industry and Business Association (TUSİAD)
TÜSİAD is a voluntary based civil society organization established by Turkish industrialists and businessmen in 1971 in order to represent the business world.
TÜSİAD aims to contribute to the formation and development of a social order based on the adaptation of the universal principles of human rights, freedom of thought, belief and action, a secular state of law, as well as the concepts of participatory democracy, a liberal economy, the rules and regulations of a competitive market economy and environmental sustainability.
Contact info for TUSIAD
Address: Headquarter – Istanbul
Phone: +90 212 249 19 29 Fax: +90 212 249 09 13 website: www.tusiad.org.tr
The Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects (TMMOB)
TMMOB(UCTEA), which was established 1954, is a corporate body and a professional organization defined in the form of a public institution as stated in the Article 135 of the Constitution. TMMOB is maintaining its activities with its 23 Chambers, 197 branches of its Chambers and 48 Provincial Coordination Councils. Approximately, graduates of 70 related academic disciplines in engineering, architecture and city planning are members of the Chambers of TMMOB. more
Chamber of Electrical Engineers has an Energy Working Group. The group organizes the Energy Efficiency and Quality Symposium every two years. They organize seminars in primary and secondary schools about Energy Efficiency. They publish relevant articles within the Chamber’s publications and prepare brochures to raise awareness .
The sub working groups are;
- Restructuring Sub Working Group
- Nuclear Energy Sub Working Group
- Energy Efficiency Sub Working Group
- Energy Planning Sub Working Group
- Electricity Distribution Companies Sub Working Group
- East and South East Energy Reality Sub Working Group
The Chamber of Electrical Engineers applied to EECB to be an authorized party for energy manager trainings with the chamber of Mechanical Engineers.
Chamber of Mechanial Engineers also has an Energy Working Group which ;
- Organizes and follows congresses, symposiums and seminars.
- Offer technical opinions to Chamber’s Board of Directores
- Prepare brochure, etc in various subjects.
- Follow the news on energy related issues, archive the publications while making necessary evaluations
- Examine and evaluate the regulations published on Offical Gazette.
Chamber of Civil Engineers has an Energy Efficiency Comission.
Contact info for TMMOB
Address: Selanik Street 19/1 Post code: 06650 Ankara,Turkey
Phone: +90 312 418 12 75 Fax: +90 312 417 48 24 website: www.tmmob.org.tr
Union of Municipalities of Turkey (TBB)
The Union of Municipalities of Turkey (TBB), dates back to 1945, is the sole union for municipalities at national level. It has been transformed to a public legal entity in 2005, in compliance with the Article 20 of the Law No:5355 on Local Authorities Union as part of the Local Authorities Reform Process. Accordingly, all of the 2950 municipalities in Turkey are natural members of the TBB. more
Energy Efficiency Association (ENVER)
Efficiency-based activities are becoming more common around the world. All countries and big organizations have been spending (using) high budgets on research and development in this area. Several institutors and organizations are working on energy efficiency in our country. more
World Energy Council Turkish National Committee (DEKTMK)
The World Energy Council Turkish National Committee (hereafter WECTNC) is the principal impartial network of leaders and practitioners promoting an affordable, stable and environmentally sensitive energy system for the greatest benefit of all.
Formed in 1923, WEC is the UN-accredited global energy body, representing the entire energy spectrum, with more than 3000 member organizations located in over 90 countries and drawn from governments, private and state corporations, academia, NGOs and energy-related stakeholders.
WECTNC informs global, regional and national energy strategies by hosting high-level events, publishing authoritative studies, and working through its extensive member network to facilitate the world’s energy policy dialogue.
Contact info for World Energy Council Turkish National Committee
Address: Cinnah Street Number:67/15 Post code: 06680 Ankara,Turkey
Phone: +90 312 442 82 78 Fax: +90 312 441 96 10 website: www.dektmk.org.tr
Turkey Energy Efficiency Assembly (TEVEM)
By supporting the establishment of policies related to energy and energy efficiency, the Turkish Energy Efficiency Assembly aims to establish social awareness of developments and innovations related to the productive usage of energy and create social negotiation and cooperation in order to realize this goal.
Contact info for Turkey Energy Efficiency Assembly
Energy Lady Project
The family group represents one of the most important consumer groups playing role in the consumption of energy and water resources. Families consume large amounts of energy for the performing of activities such as heating, lighting, cleaning and personal care. During the running of daily activities at home and the consumption for the same, women play an important role as decision makers. For this reason, the association chose the women as the most important target group to be rendered conscience about energy efficiency. more
Energy Efficient Industry Project
Energy Efficient Industry Project; subject of the “With the Energy-Efficient Industry” project is obtaining efficiency in Organized Industrial Zones (OIZ) through raising awareness, promoting efficiency concept in the personnel employed in enterprises therein, and by introducing small-scale changes in the industry. more
Universities and Institutes of Technology
Providing practical applications to education by doing basic and applied researches, universities have the missions of making specific measurements about project, diagnosing, taking certification precautions, providing know-how on effects of energy efficiency technology implementation, holding conferences on energy efficiency and energy management.
Energy Consulting Companies
Energy consulting firms offer energy efficiency training, research and consultancy service. They are also effective in financing and using technology by means of guaranteed saving or joint saving plans.
Turkish Industrial Development Bank plays a continuous role in Turkey’s sustainable development by financing the private sector with long term loans. Another development bank, Turkish Development Bank (TKB) works with European Investment Fund (EIF), KOSGEB and TTGV at Istanbul Venture Capital Initiative (IVCI).
Turkey Cogeneration Association
The association, which was established in 1998, is a member of the European Union. Its principal goal is to work towards the wider use of cogeneration in Turkey for a sustainable energy future.
Clean Energy Foundation (TEMEV)
TEMEV is an organization established in 1994 by individuals and organizations who recognized the importance of supporting the studies on access to clean and renewable energy resources, efficient energy use and energy saving .
Contact info for Clean Energy Foundation
Address:Yıldız Posta Street Akın Complex A Blok Floor:6 Gayrettepe,İstanbul,Turkey
Phone:+90 212 347 30 61 Fax: +90 212 347 21 52
Wind Power and Hydropower Plants Businessmen’s Association (RESSIAD)
RESSİAD aims at improving cooperation between business partners who build electrical power plants for spreading water turbines, wind turbines, and electrical energy production of wind and hydraulic energy resources.
Contact info for Wind Power and Hydropower Plants Businessmen’s Association
Address: Kuleli Street Number:87 Ankara,Turkey Post code:06700
Phone: +90 312 436 95 98 Fax: +90 312 436 95 98 website: www.ressiad.org.tr
Turkey Geothermal Association (TJD)
The objective of TJD is to encourage research, development and utilization of geothermal resources in Turkey. The association has been a member of the International Geothermal Association since 1998.
Contact info for Turkey Geothermal Association
Alternative Energy and Biodiesel Producers Association Association (ALBİYOBİR)
The union was established in 1992 and its main objectives are encouraging use of biodiesel and alternative energy resources along with informing correctly its members and the public about this matter.
Contact info for Alternative Energy and Biodiesel Producers Association Association
Turkey Branch of the European Association for Renewable Energy (Eurosolar Turkey)
In 2000, it is founded as Turkey branch of the head organization, European Association for Renewable Energies.
Contact info for Turkey Branch of the European Association for Renewable Energy
Address: Zümrütevler District Nil Street Hukukçular ve İdareciler Site Building Social Facilities Number:7 Post Code: 34852 Maltepe,İstanbul, Turkey
Phone: +90 533 395 58 39 Fax: +90 216 589 16 16
Electrical Manufacturers Association (EUD)
EÜD represents 35 private companies producing nearly 30TWh electricity which is 20% of the total electricity supply of Turkey.
Contact info for Electrical Manufacturers Association
Address: Mustafa Kemal District 2122. Street Kuzey Apartment Number: 9/1 Post code: 06520 Ankara,Turkey
Phone: +90 312 447 22 68 Fax: +90 312 447 21 15
Building Materials Industry Association (İMSAD)
It is a non-governmental organization which deals with energy efficiency recently.
Contact info for Building Materials Industry Association
Address: Rüzgarlıbahce Street Çınar Street Number:3 Demir Plaza Kavacık,Beykoz,İstanbul,Turkey
Phone: +90 216 322 23 00 Fax: +90 216 322 10 68
Turkish Society of Plumbing Engineers (TTMD)
TTMD was founded in 1992 in order to improve “HVAC and plumbing engineering”. It has roughly 1.800 members. It gathers professionals like designers, academicians, producers, represents and operators in order to improve HVAC and plumbing sector.
Contact info for Turkish Society of Plumbing Engineers
Address: Bestekar Street Çimen Apartment Number: 15/2 Kavaklıdere,Ankara,Turkey
Phone: +90 312 419 45 71 Fax: +90 312 419 58 51
Eco-Friendly Green Building Association (ÇEDBİK)
ÇEDBİK was founded for creating an infrastructure that enables design and construction of green building and encouraging production of environment friendly building materials.
Contact info for Eco-Friendly Green Building Association
Address: Başlık Street Hızır Apartment Number: 2 Levent,İstabul, Turkey
Phone: +90 212 269 59 41-42 Fax: +90 212 284 21 14
Private sector plays an important role in investing in energy efficiency. TOKİ, which enlivens market of building by constructing a considerable amount of building, will create trend of energy efficiency in building sector while working with MoPWS, MoNE, private contractors and building material producers. The participation of these organizations to the project will be ensured by means of conferences and seminars.
Samsun Metropolitan Municipality (SBB)
Address : Pazar District Necip Bey Street Number: 35 Post Code: 55020 Samsun, Turkey Phone: +90 362 431 60 90
Fax: +90 362 431 15 78
Samsun City Environment And Urban Planning Office
Address: Bahçelievler District Lise Street Number: 41 Samsun, Turkey
Phone: +90 362 230 80 60
Fax: +90 362 238 80 61
Samsun Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STSO)
Contact info for Samsun Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STSO):
Address: Hançerli District Abbasağa Street Number :8 Post Code: 55020, Samsun, Turkey.
Phone. +90 362 432 36 26,
Fax: +90362 432 90 55
Samsun Branch of Energy Efficiency Association (ENVER)
Contact info for Samsun Samsun Branch of Energy Efficiency Association (ENVER)
Address: Bahçelievler District 100.yıl Boulevard Number 293/D Samsun, Turkey
Phone: +90 362 233 59 39
Samsun Branch of the Chamber of Mechanical Engineers (SMMO)
Contact info for Samsun Branch of the Chamber of Mechanical Engineers (SMMO)
Address : Kılıçdede District Cumhuriyet Street Number:149 Samsun, Turkey
Phone: +90 362 231 27 50
Fax: +90 362 231 27 51
Union of Municipalities of Samsun (SBB)
Address : Pazar District Necip Bey Street Number: 35 Post Code: 55020 Samsun, Turkey
Phone: +90 362 431 60 90
Fax: +90 362 431 15 78
Engineering Faculty of 19 May University
Contact info for Engineering Faculty of 19 May University
Address : Kurupelit Campuses Post Code: 55139 Samsun,Turkey
Phone: +90 362 312 19 19
Fax: +90 362 457 60 35
Contact info for Samsun Techno-park
Address: OMÜ Atakum Yerleşkesi Samsun, Turkey
Phone: +90 362 457 5656
Municipal authorities and Ministry of Environment and Urbanization’s (MEU) local office are in charge of energy efficiency related topics but since the capacity of the institutions are not enough there is not much being done related with energy efficiency.
Contact info for Tekirdag Metropolitan Municipality
Address: Ortacami DistricitMimar Sinan Street Number 50 Post Code: 59030, Tekirdag, Turkey.
Phone: +90 850 459 59 59,
Fax: +90 282 258 59 12
Contact info for Tekirdag City Environment And Urban Planning Office
Address: Hürriyet Mh. Çandarlızade İbrahim Paşa Cad. Müjgan Kalelioğlu Sk. No:96 Süleymanpasa, Tekirdag, Turkey.
Phone +90 282261 2040,
Fax: +90 282261 4117
Chamber of Mechanical Engineers and Chamber of Civil Engineers are quite active in Tekirdağ. There is an energy efficiency working group within the central Chamber of Civil Engineers and Mechanical Engineers but there is no action in Tekirdağ about EE.
Contact info for Chamber of Mechanical Engineers
Address:HÜKÜMET CAD. BELEDİYE İŞ MERKEZİ KAT:6 NO: 605, Suleymanpasa, Tekirdag, Turkey.
Phone. +90 282 261 2523,
Fax: +90 282 261 2523
Contact info for Chamber of Civil Engineers
Address:HÜKÜMET CAD. BELEDİYE İŞ MERKEZİ KAT:6 NO: 602, Suleymanpasa, Tekirdag, Turkey.
Phone. +90 282 2601228,
Fax: +90 282 2605860
Energy Efficiency Association (ENVER) just opened a branch in Tekirdağ in March 2014. They are expected to play a key role to increase awareness about energy efficiency within Tekirdağ.
Contact info for Energy Efficiency Association (ENVER)
Address:Hükümet Cad. Nefis İşhanı 93/5, Suleymanpasa, Tekirdag, Turkey.
Phone: +90 282 2612843,
Fax: +90 282 2618610