Turkish MB Holding Will Build Croatia’s First Geothermal Plant
Croatia’s first geothermal power plant will be operational in 2017 with a capacity of 10 megawatts, as declared by Balat on 24th March . MB Holding (based in Gaziantep, a province in the south-eastern part of Turkey) owns Dora-1, Dora-2, Dora-3 and Dora-4 geothermal plants with a total capacity of 71 MW.
Details: Anadolu Agency Energy Terminal
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