gave | Wednesday, March 17, 2021 – 17:39 | Last Updated: 17 03 2021 – 17:39
A cooperation protocol was signed between the TRNC Deputy Prime Ministry, the Ministry of Economy and Energy and ASELSAN to initiate R&D studies to solve the problems in the field of energy in the TRNC.
ARIKLI: TRNC WILL BE OPENED
Deputy Prime Minister Arıklı, in his presentation, pointed out that ODTÜ is a brand and a symbol of quality among universities, and stated that he believes that ODTÜ Northern Cyprus will lead the investments based on knowledge and technology, especially with the works of KALTEV and TEKNOPARK. Arıklı, Turkey’s ASELSAN’s technology show in the world to challenge a global brand is particularly encouraging that activity and TRNC stressed the importance of cooperation activities in the field of energy.
Stating that solar energy could not be utilized sufficiently due to technological deficiencies in the country, Arıklı noted that the way for the TRNC will be cleared with the works to be carried out on how to eliminate the deficiencies and that cooperation will contribute to closing the energy gap. Following the speech of Deputy Prime Minister Arıklı, presentations on energy systems and smart grids, TRNC electricity grid analysis studies, goals and targets were made by ASELSAN Integration and Automation Manager Uğur Türkoğlu and Aselsan Cyprus Advanced Technologies Research Program Manager Ersel Ercek. In his presentation, ASELSAN Integration and Automation Manager Uğur Türkoğlu said that they divided the solutions into renewable energy and smart grids.
Turkey Electricity Transmission Company (TEIAS) said that Turkey is one of the largest institutions stressed Turkoglu will be managed by a system to be developed by ASELSAN executing a project of the electricity networks worldwide. 180 million daily data collected indicates that this system Turkoglu said domestic energy management system facilities will be signed by Turkey’s largest projects in this area. After the presentations, the event ended with a collective photo shoot in memory of signing the cooperation protocol.