Conergy Establishes Joint Venture In Turkey

Conergy Establishes Joint Venture In Turkey

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Conergy is expanding into Turkey with a new joint venture. The company has teamed up with local company CO Group, a subsidiary of industrial conglomerate Cenay Group, to launch the jointly owned RKT Conergy.

Owned by entrepreneur Cengiz Guldamlası, the Cenay Group owns multiple companies in such diverse industrial sectors as electrical infrastructure, real estate, construction and telecommunications, making it an ideal partner for Conergy’s rollout. RKT, the project development company co-owned by Guldamlası, has developed more than 800 MW of wind parks to date and is now developing solar projects with Conergy.

 

 

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Read more: http://www.pv-magazine.com/news/details/beitrag/conergy-establishes-joint-venture-in-turkey_100018840/#ixzz3VzWVcCMu

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