Turkish conglomerate Limak Holding said that it is planning to commission three power plants with an installed capacity close to 600 MW by the end of 2019.
Limak Holding Chairman Nihat Ozdemir said that the company is planning to put into operation two hydropower plants with an installed capacity of close to 600 MW within the next two year, as well as 15 MW geothermal power plant that should be operational by the end of this year. He noted that 500 MW HPP Cetin, which the company acquired from Norwegian Statkraft, will be commissioned in 2019 and that the project is moving very fast. Ozdemir said that the 74 MW HPP Gursogut should be commissioned in 2018.
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Tags: Cetin, construction, electricity, geothermal, HPP, Limak, Turkey