Juwi establishes its first photovoltaic project in Turkey


April 16, 2015






April 16, 2015





The German Juwi Group said construction is underway in the company’s first project in Turkey.

In the municipality of Denizli, about 200 kilometers northwest of Antalya, seven individual PV power plants have a combined capacity of 7.4 MW and are scheduled to be connected to the grid early this summer, the press release said.

The engineering, procurement and construction (EPS) project was commissioned by Karine Enerji.


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