Technological and ecological developments in the modern thermal rower plants [Modern termik santrallerde teknolojik ve ekolojik geli§meler]
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The rapid increase in worldwide energy demands and its environmental impacts directs countries for more strategic energy policies. In terms of environmental impact of energy and security of supply, there is no source which has zero risk. In 21 century, coal is regarded as the world's most important and reliable source of energy. Our country is facing a serious energy supply security. In this process, the most rational thing can be done is to use the limited resources efficiently, economic and ecologically. Today, in the level achieved technologically, the capacity of conventional thermal power plants must be definitely improved and required rehabilitation. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) techniques have been developed the concept of traditional availability of fossil resources. Furthermore, to adopt the terms of mitigation of carbon dioxide (CO2), the use of different areas of CO2 such as chemical, biological and biotechnological products, has been investigated. It can be seen in western European countries the best practice examples of this. In this study, in order to contribute our country's energy policies and strategies and acquire new technologies to the sector, technological and ecological developments in modern thermal power plants were examined.