EDAM’s second comprehensive report on Turkey’s nuclear energy strategy focuses on several important aspects of the transition to nuclear power. The first section focuses on a needs analysis with a view to understand and assess whether Turkey actually needs nuclear power. The report also looks into the relationship between nuclear energy and climate change strategy, analyses Turkey’s institutional background and regulatory framework regarding nuclear energy, examines the country’s stance regarding nuclear fuel cycle, which is one of the most critical aspects of nuclear energy, and finally evaluates the potential for technology transfer under cooperation agreements signed with various countries in the field of nuclear energy.

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