Solarturk Signs Contaract With TURSEFF
SOLARTURK in Gaziantep signed a credit line agreement with TURSEFF (Turkey Sustainable Energy Funding Facility): http://www.turseff.org/en
This contract will provide finance for projects which the company will undertake. Vakıfbank of Turkey (one of the partner banks of Turkseff) will also finance credit for company’s new investments in renewable energy.
SolarTurk has just won a bid of 5 MW solar plant in Malatya in İnönü University in June. The company targets to expand its production line to 300 MW in 5 years. To know more about SolarTurk: http://www.solarturk.com.tr/Hakkimizda-en.htm
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