Polat Energy Will Increase Its Own Capacity Record In Wind Energy

Polat Energy Will Increase Its Own Capacity Record In Wind Energy

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Constructed in Manisa with an investment of approximately $ 380 million, Soma WPP will have an installed capacity of 240.1 MW with 169 wind turbines once the capacity extension investment for 100 MW is completed in 2015. Once all of its installed capacity becomes operational, it will be increasing its annual production to approximately 700 million kWh and will be serving 280,000 people for their electricity demand. It will generate approximately 450,000 tons of CO2 reduction annually and besides becoming Turkey’s largest operational plant with an installed capacity of 240.1 MW, it will be one of Europe’s biggest onshore wind power plants,  once completed.

Polat Energy  still owns holds the largest operational wind power plant record of Turkey with its Geycek Project of 150 MW.

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