Yıl: 2018 Cilt: 18 Sayı: 3 Sayfa Aralığı: 483 - 494 Metin Dili: Türkçe DOI: 10.21121/eab.2018341150

Entropi ve Waspas Yöntemleri Kullanılarak Türkiye İçin Uygun Yenilenebilir Enerji Kaynağının Seçimi

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Üretim için vazgeçilmez bir girdi olan enerji, üretimve tüketimiyle çevre ve insan sağlığı üzerinde negatifdışsallıklara neden olmakta ve ülke kalkınmasınazarar vermektedir. Bu nedenle ülkeler enerjikaynağı seçimi yaparken iki temel motivasyonlahareket etmektedir. İlki enerji kaynağının sağladığıüretim artışını ve rekabet gücünü dikkate alarakgüçlü bir ekonomiye sahip olmak, ikincisi ise halkınrefahını düşürecek enerji kaynak seçiminden uzakdurmaktadır. Ülkemiz için uygun olabilecek enerjikaynak seçiminin yapıldığı bu çalışmada Entropiyöntemi yardımıyla yenilenebilir enerji kaynaklarınaait teknik, ekonomik, çevresel ve sosyal kriterler,önem derecesine göre sıralanmış ve ikinciaşamada WASPAS yöntemiyle Türkiye’de enerjiihtiyacının karşılanmasında uygun yenilenebilirenerji kaynağının hangisi olabileceği yönündeöneri getirilmiştir. WASPAS yönteminden eldeedilen sonuçlar Türkiye için yatırım yapılabilecekuygun yenilenebilir enerji kaynak sıralamasınınHidro, Jeotermal, Rüzgâr, Biyokütle, Güneş şeklindeolduğunu göstermiştir.
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The Selection of Appropriate Renewable Energy Source For Turkey By Using Entropy and Waspas Methods

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The production and consumption of energy, which are indispensable inputs for production, cause negative externalities on the environment and human health as well as harm the development of the country. Therefore, countries have two basic motivations when selecting energy source. The first is to have a strong economy by taking into account the increase in production and competitive power provided by the energy source, and the second is to avoid the selection of energy source that will reduce the prosperity of the people. The technical, economic, environmental and social criteria of renewable energy sources are ranked with respect to their importance degree by means of Entropy method in this study where the energy source selection which can be suitable for our country is made. In this study where the energy source selection which can be suitable for our country is made and in second stage the WASPAS method is used to suggest which renewable energy source is the most suitable to meet the energy demand in Turkey. The results obtained in WASPAS method indicated the ranking of renewable energy sources, which are the suitable for investment in Turkey, as Hydro, Geothermal, Wind, Biomass, Solar.
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APA KARACA C, ULUTAŞ A (2018). Entropi ve Waspas Yöntemleri Kullanılarak Türkiye İçin Uygun Yenilenebilir Enerji Kaynağının Seçimi. Ege Akademik Bakış, 18(3), 483 - 494. 10.21121/eab.2018341150
Chicago KARACA COŞKUN,ULUTAŞ ALPTEKİN Entropi ve Waspas Yöntemleri Kullanılarak Türkiye İçin Uygun Yenilenebilir Enerji Kaynağının Seçimi. Ege Akademik Bakış 18, no.3 (2018): 483 - 494. 10.21121/eab.2018341150
MLA KARACA COŞKUN,ULUTAŞ ALPTEKİN Entropi ve Waspas Yöntemleri Kullanılarak Türkiye İçin Uygun Yenilenebilir Enerji Kaynağının Seçimi. Ege Akademik Bakış, vol.18, no.3, 2018, ss.483 - 494. 10.21121/eab.2018341150
AMA KARACA C,ULUTAŞ A Entropi ve Waspas Yöntemleri Kullanılarak Türkiye İçin Uygun Yenilenebilir Enerji Kaynağının Seçimi. Ege Akademik Bakış. 2018; 18(3): 483 - 494. 10.21121/eab.2018341150
Vancouver KARACA C,ULUTAŞ A Entropi ve Waspas Yöntemleri Kullanılarak Türkiye İçin Uygun Yenilenebilir Enerji Kaynağının Seçimi. Ege Akademik Bakış. 2018; 18(3): 483 - 494. 10.21121/eab.2018341150
IEEE KARACA C,ULUTAŞ A "Entropi ve Waspas Yöntemleri Kullanılarak Türkiye İçin Uygun Yenilenebilir Enerji Kaynağının Seçimi." Ege Akademik Bakış, 18, ss.483 - 494, 2018. 10.21121/eab.2018341150