List of 3 large renewables EPC companies in Turkey

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This article is based on our list of the largest renewable energy EPC companies in Europe; containing general contact details, company details as well as information about asset focus. The list also holds personal contact information.

As Turkey seeks to expand its renewable energy capacity, the importance of top-tier renewables Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) companies cannot be overstated. In this article, we will explore three leading companies in the Turkish renewables EPC sector: Fortis Energy, Europower Solar (Europower Enerji A.S.), and Çalık Enerji. We will delve into their unique expertise, substantial portfolio capacities, and their headquarters’ locations, shedding light on their pivotal contributions to Turkey’s renewable energy landscape.

1) Fortis Energy: Istanbul-based EPC for solar, wind and biomass

Fortis Energy, a subsidiary of UCK Holding, stands out as a prominent player in the Turkish renewables EPC arena. The company is active in investments in the solar, onshore wind and biomass sector but specialises in the construction of solar power and biogas projects. Their expertise encompasses the design, procurement, and construction of cutting-edge solar energy installations. Headquartered in Istanbul, their regional focus is Europe, especially Turkey. With an installed solar portfolio capacity exceeding 190 MW, they have made a profound impact on Turkey’s solar power industry. The company’s aim is to achieve a renewable energy capacity of 1GW in the near future.

2) Europower Solar (Europower Enerji A.S.): Photovoltaic EPC company in Ankara

A subsidiary of Europower Enerji A.S., Europower Solar is another major contender in Turkey’s renewables EPC landscape. They excel in delivering end-to-end solutions for solar energy projects. With a substantial portfolio capacity and corporate headquarters located in Ankara, they have played a pivotal role in the expansion of solar energy across Turkey.

3) Çalık Enerji: Istanbul solar, onshore wind and hydro EPC firm

Çalık Enerji, a prominent name in the Turkish energy sector, extends its influence into renewables with a specialization in various clean energy sources, including solar and wind. Since its foundation in 1998, Çalık Enerji has achieved success by delivering numerous turn-key contracting projects. These projects include notable endeavors such as the world’s highest-budget City Energy Infrastructure Modernization Project and Turkmenistan’s Combined Cycle Power Plant. Their goal is to build a more sustainable future in diverse regions, spanning the Middle East, Central Asia, Africa, and the Balkans.To that end, Çalık Enerji is targeting an expansion of its renewable energy portfolio, with plans to establish a new 1,000 MW electric power plant by 2025.

In conclusion, these three renewables EPC companies – Fortis Energy, Europower Solar, and Çalık Enerji – hold vital roles in advancing Turkey’s sustainable energy transformation. Their unique expertise, substantial portfolio capacities, and headquarters locations make them indispensable contributors to the country’s journey toward a cleaner, more sustainable energy future.

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