IBC Solar Turkey, a subsidiary of German company IBC Solar AG, has completed a large-scale solar energy project with a total capacity of 5.9 MW in Gaziantep province.
The newly commissioned solar power plant will produce approximately 11 million kWh per year, thus preventing the release of about 7,000 tons of CO2 each year. In one part of the solar park, the modules are constructed in an east-west orientation to ensure the highest possible electricity production and generate the best possible return for the investor. The project is the first one in all of Turkey with not only south oriented modules. The solar system is separated into seven smaller projects, consisting of under 1 MW each.
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Tags: electricity, Gaziantep, IBC Solar, investment, RES, solar, solar park, solar power plant, Turkey