Lectures and teachers

Mehmet Mahramanlioglu

İstanbul Üniversitesi Mühendislik Fakültesi Kimya Bölümü - Avcilar – İstanbul, Turkey

LECTURE TITLE: The green approach to energy in Turkey

Keywords: renewable energy, barriers to green energy technologies, incentives for green energy technologies, green technologies in industry, green buildings, green cities.

Global warming threatens human life in our day. Governments, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, companies and universities are engaged in various activities against such a great danger that threatens the existence of human beings. Since the size of the danger is very well understood in our country, state, non-governmental organizations, universities are working on this issue.
In this presentation, we will discuss the activities related to reducing the use of fossil fuels and increasing the use of renewable energy in our country. Renewable energy power plants and projected power plants to be used in the future are being introduced
The presentation is based on three bases. 1-What the state does on this issue-2-What companies do on this issue 3-What the universities do about it.
It is also explained  that non-governmental organizations are doing to enlighten the people on this subject
In the presentation, Turkey's nuclear energy, solar energy, wave energy and wind energy activities and activities  on energy forestry are explained.

He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering.  He then worked as a chemical engineer in the chemical industry, the drug industry and the glass industry before coming to Istanbul University to study physical chemistry. He joined Istanbul University as a research assistant after experience in the industry. He has a MS and Ph D in physical chemistry. He is interested in adsorption of pollutants, thermodynamics, global warming, clean energy and green chemistry. He has been giving seminars on green chemistry over 9 years. These days he is writing a book on green chemistry. His current research project looks at the effect of chemical industry on global warming. He is still working as a professor of chemistry at Istanbul University.