Schletter completes 5 MW solar park in Niğde


October 1, 2015





October 1, 2015




The construction works for a solar farm have been finished after 45 days of installation, said Schletter AŞ, subsidiary of Schletter GmbH from Germany. The company said it completed the procurement of structures to one of the biggest solar projects in the Niğde area in Central Anatolia, in a partnership with Tegnatia regarding T-Dinamik’s solar investments in Turkey. Tegnatia is a joint venture between Turkey’s T-Dinamik AŞ and Egnatia Group from Greece. Schletter develops and produces solar mounting systems and sustainable products from aluminium and high-grade steel.

The solar farm in the Turkish provincial capital has a capacity of 5 MW, with Schletter Solar Mounting System FS 2V Duo Combi, a modular two-support system made of hot deep galvanized steel sections.

Tegnatia Enerji AŞ is an EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) company established in Turkey in 2013 aiming to provide turn-key solar projects in Turkey, the press release said. T-Dinamik Enerji, member of Aktaş Grup, was founded in 2011 to investment in projects for renewable energy with a focus on the Turkish solar market. Schletter was awarded the contract due to its conformity to the quality and engineering restrictions of Tedaş (Turkish Electricity Distribution Company) and a very competitive price based on local production, the statement adds.

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