Expediting the efforts in capitalizing on nuclear energy with one power plant already in construction and two others being planned, Turkey is preparing to expand its know-how in the nuclear sector while offering extensive support packages for domestic firms that strive to take part in nuclear projects.
Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources has approved a 9.7 million dollars education and training project as part of its nuclear support program. Under the project, nuclear technology education and training will be provided to Turkish companies. The Government hopes this will open the gates for local companies to become part of its current and future nuclear projects worth almost 60 billion dollars.
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