According to the report by the Turkish Wind Energy Association (TUREB), at the end of June this year there were 127 operational wind power plants in Turkey, compared to 113 at the end of 2015. In the first six months of 2016, installed wind capacity increased by 428 MW and reached 5.15 GW.
According to the latest data, Polat Enerji is the largest investor in wind energy, owning 10.85 % of the installed capacity, followed by Demirer Enerji and Bilgin Enerji with 7.5 % and 6.64 % respectively. Nordex is the leading manufacturer of wind turbines with 25.69 % of installed capacity, followed by Vestas (24.34 %), Enercon (23.84 %) and General Electric (13.28 %).
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