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Solar Market Outlook in Turkey

The outlook is good for Turkey’s overall renewable energy industry, with the exception of hydropower. In 2020, the country’s renewable energy production reached 19.07 GW. The country is projecting a total energy production from solar energy and other renewable sources to 49.31% by 2030. This results in a compound annual growth rate of 10%, which is very promising for the country’s solar energy efforts. 

The solar energy sector is one of the best performing among its renewable energy market. In 2018, it has already achieved its 2023 target of 5 GW solar PV capacity. They are hoping to increase that to 15 GW by 2027. Given the annual growth rate of the solar energy sector, they can easily meet that target, as long as they can sustain growth.

The Renewable Energy Law in Turkey has been an effective tool to facilitate the government’s efforts to achieve its solar energy target. The government also believes that the privatization of the power distribution in the country has contributed to boosting the level of competition and subsequently growing the solar capacity in the country.

Solar Energy Equipment Supply Capacity in Turkey

There is a good mix of local and foreign suppliers and distributors of solar power equipment in Turkey. This makes it easy to promote solar PV capacity in the country, whether for residential and commercial installations. 

Top Major Seaports & Logistics in Turkey

Turkey’s logistics and trade activity is facilitated through one of its many commercial seaports. The following are some of the busiest ports that you can take advantage of to transport solar equipment and supplies:

  • Port of Haydarpasa,
  • Port of Mersin,
  • Port of Eregli,
  • Port of Izmir,
  • Port of Gemlik, 
  • Port of Ambarli.

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Solar Water Pump

Solar water pump definition

A solar water pump is a mechanical pump powered by electricity generated using photovoltaic panels. It is popularly referred to as a solar water pumping system because it requires several key components to work. The critical constituents of a functional water pump include; 

  • A solar panel array
  • A mechanical DC water pump
  • Photovoltaic cables
  • A fuse box
  • A solar charger control

You can employ a solar water pump in various applications, including crop irrigation and drinking water supply. Currently, it is the most suitable option for all your pumping needs because it has several benefits. It is essentially more efficient to operate and less costly to maintain than traditional fossil fuel-powered pumps. More importantly, it is environmentally friendly primarily because it runs on renewable solar energy. How exactly does it work?

The solar water pump’s working principle 

When most of us hear of a solar water pump, we assume it is pretty challenging to use. I can confidently tell you that its usage is pretty straightforward once you install all the necessary components. Figure 1 below offers an outline of the main things you need to have in place for your solar water pump to work efficiently;

Figure 1: Components of a functional solar water pump system

The solar array absorbs solar energy and converts it into electric energy. The solar water pump’s inverter converts the DC  electric current output generated by the photovoltaic system into AC. The AC electric current powers the pump and propels water from the source to the intended destination. 

It is also crucial to note that the inverters regulate the electricity output frequency and voltage instantaneously. These regulatory actions correspond to variations in sunlight intensity. In simple terms, the system switches to supplementary energy automatically when sunlight intensity weakens. Is this not enough to convince you that a solar water pumping system is worth its investment?

Classifications of solar water pumps

There are several classifications of solar water pumps that you can choose from depending on your specific needs. The main varieties of solar water pumps include;

  • The submersible solar water pump

This type of pump is ideal for deep water sources such as wells. It can lift up to 650 feet of water provided the sunlight energy can generate sufficient electricity to power the pump. Consequently, it is advisable to pump and store water when the sun’s intensity is at its best.

  • The surface solar water pump

This pumping system is suitable for shallow water sources, including streams, storage tanks, and ponds. They can comfortably lift water with a depth of not more than 20 feet. If you intend to draw water beyond this depth, it would be best to settle for submersible pumps.