German company completes two solar power plants


November 9, 2015





November 9, 2015




ET Solutions AG, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ET Solar, said it concluded the construction of its first two solar parks in Turkey in September and connected them to the grid. The projects in Antalya were implemented through ET Solutions Istanbul, founded in the summer with the aim of a long-term commitment to the Turkish photovoltaic market, according to the company. Solar power plants have capacity of 1.11 MW each and were installed for a local investor. Both will generate 1.85 GWh per year.

ET Solutions Istanbul offers engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services as well as operation and maintenance of the projects totaling. Projects are based on German engineering from the Munich headquarters for Europe, Middle East and North Africa (Emena), the company said.

The company expects to begin construction of up to 50 MW of solar plants in Turkey next year.


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