İlbank Supports Municipalities That Go Renewable
İlbank, which is a body of the Ministry of Environment, will pioneer supporting the municipalities in their renewable energy projects. With direct orders from the Minister Bayraktar, İlbank assess 74 projects around Turkey.
Those projects are mainly in geothermal sector (59 out of 74) and the rest 15 are from solar (9), wind (2) and micro-hydro (4). It has been announced there has been demands from all regions of the country, Tokat municipality leading with 7 projects, Balikesir and Afyonkarahisar municipalities following with 6 and 4 projects respectively.
İlbank provides all support and assistance during the application processes in waste management, waste water treatment, park/garden/street lighting, geothermal surveys, drilling, tests, ground and water source heat pumps, biogas-biomass system installations.
For further details: http://www.ilbank.gov.tr/en/index.php
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