Turkish MB Holding Will Build Croatia’s First Geothermal Plant

Turkish MB Holding Will Build Croatia’s First Geothermal Plant

muharrem balat 2Turkish company, MB Holding will build Croatia’s first geothermal power plant by 2017, says Muharrem Balat , the Chairman of Turkey’s first and biggest geothermal investor company, MB Holding.

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.

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Details: Anadolu Agency Energy Terminal

 

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