Turkey lies at the intersection of three of the tectonic plates that make up the Earth's crust: the Anatolian, Arabian, and African plates. Arabia is moving northwards into Europe, causing the Anatolian plate to be pushed out westwards.
With 25 of the plastic vending machines currently installed, the Istanbul has set a goal of installing 100 by the end of the year with the hopes of reducing the 17,000 tons of garbage they produce every day.
International architecture studio designed Urban Rural, a modular residential high-rise that aims to raise the bar for sustainable development in Turkey’s capital.
Siemens has won an order from Esinti Enerji to install turbines for 54-megawatt onshore wind power plant in western Turkey. The Kinik onshore wind is located 80 kilometers north of the city of Izmir. Siemens will install 17 direct drive wind turbines rated at 3.2 megawatts (MW) capacity each.