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IBC Solar Turkey completes 1.1 MW solar power plant

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December 2, 2015

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In the province of Kayseri, FIT Enerji Yatırımları AŞ commissioned a photovoltaic facility built by IBC Solar, a company headquartered in Germany. Nominal peak output is 1,11 MW and the open space project was jointly developed by both parties, IBC’s statement said.

The power plant, located in the central part of the country, spans two hectares and was completed in just a few weeks in the late summer. IBC Solar Turkey took on all planning and procurement tasks as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor. A total of 4,400 polycrystalline IBC PolySol CS ValueAdded Modules, each with a nominal output of 260 W, and 17 string inverters each with 60 kW from SMA were assembled. The substructure was delivered by Schletter. IBC Solar Turkey will also be responsible for the maintenance, servicing and monitoring.

A total of 4,400 polycrystalline IBC PolySol CS ValueAdded Modules, each with a nominal output of 260 W, and 17 string inverters each with 60 kW from SMA were assembled.

It is expected that the solar power plant built in the vicinity of the village of Güzel Öz will produce 1.8 GWh of electricity in its first year of operation and benefit from the feed-in tariff of 13.3 cents (12.07 euro cents) per kWh over the next 10 years, the press release said.

IBC said it has a pipeline of 50 MW and plans to create projects totalling 100 MW in Turkey in the next two years.

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