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GE and UKEF to develop 1.35GW solar project in Turkey

GE and UK’s export credit agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF), have agreed to finance Kalyon Enerji’s 1.35GW Karapinar solar project located in the Konya Karapinar province, Turkey.

EDF consortium wins tender for combined cycle plant in Uzbekistan

A consortium of EDF, Nebras Power and Sojitz Corporation has won a tender to build a combined cycle gas turbine power plant in the Uzbekistan’s Syrdarya region.

Project generating emissions-free power from natural gas achieves grid sync

A test facility in Texas generating zero-emission electricity from natural gas delivered electricity onto a power grid this week in a global first for the technology.

GE Renewable Energy and Kalyon partner on 1.3GW solar in Turkey

GE Renewable Energy will deliver solar power station technology for the 270MW Karapinar phase II-A and 810MW Karapinar phase II-B solar plant in Turkey.

Turkey’s opportunity market

Turkey project roundup A view of projects currently underway in Turkey's dynamic cogeneration/CHP sector.


Siemens Westinghouse`s Instrumentation and Controls Group has signed an order with Babcock and Wilcox to provide the instrumentation and controls system for a wet flue gas desulphurization retrofit project in Turkey. Siemens Westinghouse will supply its Teleperm XP control system. The installation will have around 5300 I/O points as well as a serial interface to the steam turbine and plant switchgear.


The first of several hydropower plants to be built in Turkey by US companies should begin construction soon, according to Turkey`s energy ministry. US firms are currently in negotiations to build up to ten small and medium sized hydro plants with a combined cost of $1.5bn.


The government has announced that Turkey will start buying liquefied natural gas from the Royal Dutch/Shell-run Nigeria LNG project in 1999. With electricity demand growing at ten per cent per year, the government hopes that the LNG supply will attract investment in new generation capacity.


An international consortium which includes Deutsche Babcock Kraftwerkstechnik and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. is to deliver four steam generators for a power plant in the east of Turkey. The plant will have four 360 MW units and will be commissioned in 2003.

Assystem in deal for Turkey’s first nuclear plant

French nuclear engineering company Assystem has won a deal for the supervision of the construction of Turkey's first nuclear power plant.