Turan Sahinkaya is currently near completion in his contribution to the textbook entitled, â€śEnergy Control.â€ť
Online PR News – 17-July-2011 – – Update On Turan Sahinkayaâ€™s Contribution To The Upcoming Textbook, â€śEnergy Control.â€ť
Turan Sahinkaya is currently near completion in his contribution to the textbook entitled, â€śEnergy Control.â€ť Turan Sahinkaya notes, â€śEnergy control implies reduction in energy consumption while producing work over a planned schedule subjected to physical and regulatory constraints.â€ť Turan Sahinkaya is currently helping to add real-world exercises and problems to the completed chapters and in the midst of narrowing down a publisher to help market the book as a standard textbook in high schools.
Turan Sahinkaya states, â€śOur book will start off being launched in California and if successful, it will sell in an additional 49 states and around the world.â€ť Turan Sahinkaya emphasizes that the target readers for the textbook are high school teachers and students, entrepreneurs, company resource managers, consulting engineers, scientists, politicians, and contractors. Turan Sahinkaya adds, â€śWe are excited about the opportunity to get our textbook circulating around the world and hope to educate the masses on all of the concepts included in the textbook.â€ť
Excerpt by Turan Sahinkaya: â€śFossil fuels are the primary energy sources for the economy but, they could be the agents of mass-destruction for the environment.â€ť
Turan Sahinkaya is a graduate of University of California at Berkeley with a Bachelor's Degree in Economics.
Turan Sahinkaya went on to earn a Master's of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
Turan Sahinkaya speaks several languages and enjoys travel, reading, and has a deep passion for life that extends outside of the world of business to his family, soccer, rugby, coaching, entrepreneurship opportunities, and volunteer work.
Turan Sahinkaya is married to Lori Sahinkaya, a reporter, published writer, columnist, and recipient of the Texas Woman of Influence Award. They reside outside of the Dallas