According to the basic scenario of the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (ECT), consumption is expected to reach 376 TWh by 20233. Nuclear energy plans are an important aspect of the country`s growth objective and aim to reduce its fragile dependence on Russian gas for electricity. The state-owned production company is Electrician Uretim AS (EUAS). Among many agreements was a separate agreement with the United States, the Chester concession. In the United States, the treaty was rejected by several political groups, including the Committee against the Treaty of Lausanne (COLT), and on January 18, 1927, the U.S. Senate refused to ratify the treaty by 50 votes to 34, six votes less than the two-thirds requested by the Constitution.  As a result, Turkey cancelled the concession.  In the first week of October 1918, both the Ottoman government and several Turkish leaders contacted the Allies to preserve the possibilities for peace. Britain, whose troops occupied much of the Ottoman territories at the time, was not prepared to resign for its allies, especially France, which would take control of the Syrian coast and much of present-day Lebanon, in accordance with an agreement reached in 1916. In a move that angered his French counterpart Georges Clemenceau, Prime Minister David Lloyd George and his cabinet authorized Admiral Arthur Calthorpe, commander of the British navy in the Aegean Sea, to negotiate an immediate ceasefire with Turkey without consulting France. Although Britain was the only one to provoke the Ottoman exit from the war, the two powerful allies would continue to fight for control of the region at the Paris peace conference and for years. Previously, in July 2010, Parliament ratified the May agreement for 4800 MWe in Akkuyu, and in November the Russian Parliament ratified it.
The company of the project was registered in December 2011 under the name Akkuyu Nuclear JSC (Akkuyu Nukleer Santral/NGS Elektrik Uretim AS) with full Russian equity. Rusatom Overseas, as majority owner through JSC Rusatom Energy International and manager, was held responsible for Russia`s main stake in the project. A 49% non-Russian strategic investor was sought and was initially taken over in mid-2017 by a consortium of three Turkish companies: Cengiz Holding, Kolin Construction and JSC Kalyon Construction, which each hold 16.33%, subject to approval by the Turkish government and the energy regulator (EPDK). The financial details and shareholders` pact were to be finalized by the end of 2017, but in February 2018, the Department of Energy announced that the three companies had not entered into a commercial agreement with Rosatom and had withdrawn from the project. At a time when Turkey is once again asserting its rights and its role in the eastern Mediterranean and fighting for its relations with the EU, the effects of the Treaty of Lausanne are still being felt today.