Marsan Marmara to start solar panel production


April 1, 2016





April 1, 2016




Marsan Marmara Holding AŞ said it will produce solar panels for exporting as well as for the domestic market, as reported by Anadolu Agency’s Energy Terminal. According to the announcement, the company will export solar panels to countries in Asia, America, Europe and Africa. The launch is scheduled for July and Marsan Marmara will produce four types of the device.

The company headquartered in Turkey recently started to focus on equipment for renewable energy production. Berk Çiller, chief executive at Marsan Marmara Holding, said in the statement that the company cooperated with experts from the Netherlands, China and Taiwan for more than a year in the development of the project.

“Our company operates in different fields, from construction to project development, with 35 years of experience, but recently we decided to focus on clean energy equipment manufacturing such as solar

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