ENIVA's mission is to perform research and development, education, and public awareness activities to improve productivity in various energy processes, including exploration, production, transportation, and consumption of energy sources as well as protecting environment and preventing climate change while putting outcomes of these activities into practice. In this context, ENIVA aims at:

  • Carrying out and implementing research and development projects on increasing productivity in energy activities such as exploration, identification of reserve and potentials, development, production, processing, refining, conversion, transportation via land, air, sea and by pipelines, transmission and distribution, marketing and consumption of conventional fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas; unconventional fossil fuels such as asphaltite, oil shale, gas shale, and tar sand; renewable energy sources such as biomass, hydroelectric, geothermal, hydrogen, wind, solar, wave, current, etc., and electricity generated secondarily from these resources; and also on protecting environment and preventing climate change;

  • Working to increase energy supply, demand, and transit security while making recommendations to related public and private enterprises by sharing the results of these works with public via visual and written media and other communication channels;

  • Carrying out activities towards increasing the ratio of domestic and renewable energy sources in energy mix in order to decrease energy import dependency and to minimize the damaging effects of climate change on environment, people, and other living organisms;

  • Performing scientific-technical and lobbying activities in order to maximize Turkey's interests in decision-making processes of the Kyoto period, which came into effect after the adoption of the 5836 Law of February 17, 2009 relating to Turkey’s participation in the Kyoto Protocol and of the post-Kyoto period;

  • Contributing to the amelioration of climate and environment through production and development of knowledge, technology, and processes to minimize greenhouse gas emissions originated from energy activities;

  • Performing activities to accelerate transition to zero- or low-emission economy by focusing on carbon trade;

  • Performing activities to effectively maintain, increase, and manage the diversity and sustainability of natural resources in the atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere;

  • Contributing to raising awareness in public and private sector as well as in NGOs on energy, climate change and sustainable energy development;

  • Carrying out various research and development (R&D), educational and advertorial activities regarding the subjects mentioned above.

ENIVA performs following activities:

  • Organizing courses, seminars, meetings, conferences and conventions within the scope of educational activities as well as issuing certificates and diplomas for participants; and also publishing and selling journals, books, newspapers, and bulletins either electronically or in print;

  • Developing and implementing projects within the scope of R&D activities and publishing results either electronically or in print;

  • Implementing activities in line with the targets of the foundation either on its own or in coordination with other national public/private institutions and NGOs as well as with international institutions with required permissions;

  • Implementing activities as much as it can in cooperation with national and international universities, research centers and institutions;

  • Cooperating with related public, national and international investors and financial institutions in order to implement projects developed in line with the foundation's objectives by creating and managing funds;

  • Performing public relations and advertorial activities either on its own or with its collaborators within the scope of educational, project development and public awareness activities;

  • Authorizing people and institutions to conduct activities in line with the foundation's objectives while providing them with facilities, amenities, and educational material as well as local and international cooperation permissions;

  • Establishing companies to carry out all these activities and hiring required technical and administrative personnel.