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05.12.2017 16:56
Solar plant Gaziantep now largest operational PV park in Turkey
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Solar plant Gaziantep has been connected to the grid in Islahiye in the Gaziantep southeastern province in Turkey and it is largest operational solar plant in the country at the moment, Balkan Green Energy News reported.
 
Wagner Solar GmbH, Germany’s company, and Turkish INO SOLAR have jointly accomplished installation of 25 MW PV project in Turkey’s Southeastern Anatolia Region, the company from Colbe said in the statement.
 
INO SOLAR developed this project for a group of land owners near Islahiye in the Gaziantep province. The solar plant that consists of 25 unlicensed photovoltaic sub-units, each 1 MW. Under the Turkish law, solar photovoltaic projects under 1 MW in size don’t need a license from the government.
 
The project was realized in two steps. The first 5 MW block was commissioned last year. Next 20 MW units were accepted by local grid operator TEDAŞ over a month ago and are now connected to the grid.
 
Earlier this fall, Turkish solar association Günder reported that in the first half of the year the newly installed photovoltaic power in the country was around 550 MW, reaching cumulative installed PV capacity of over 1.5 GW. Of this capacity, 1,491.7 MW is represented by unlicensed PV plants, pv-magazine reported. Another 500 MW was expected to be installed by the end of this year.
 
The German maker of solar and wind-powered energy facilities Juwi completed a series of small solar power plants of a total power of 19.7 MW at three sites in Turkey less than a month ago, Balkan Green Energy reminded.

TAGS: solar plant | Gaziantep | Turkey | photovoltaic power | Wagner Solar | INO SOLAR | PV capacity 


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