Turkey’s Largest Solar Energy Plant In Kayseri Is Now Operational
Turkey’s largest PV plant is now completed and operational in Kayseri. The plant has a capacity of 7 MWs. The inaguration ceremony was held on 18 April 2015, in the presence of Minister of Energy Mr. Taner Yıldız. The 7 MW plant was built in and for Kayseri Organised Industrial Zone. The cost of the plant is declared to be USD 6,5 millions.
Ahmet Hasyüncü, the Chairman of Kayseri Industrial Zone stated that they will be investing in a further 11 MW capacity with the aim to reach 18 MWs of total capacity. For this first phase of 7 MW, 80.000 Canadian Solar modules were installed to generate 30 million kwh of electricity
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