Asunim is building two large solar PV plants in Turkey, totaling 42MW

Another large solar PV system under construction by Asunim in Turkey
Another large solar PV system under construction by Asunim in Turkey

Asunim Yenilenebilir Enerji Teknolojileri İnş. Müh. San. Tic. Ltd. Şti. (Ankara, Turkey), a member of the Asunim group has started construction of two large conglomerate non-licensed solar photovoltaic (PV) plants for several investors.

The PV systems are located in southwestern Turkey’s Izmir Province featuring high irradiation values and stable grid conditions.

 

JinkoSolar PV modules, REFUsol inverters

Asunim obtained preliminary ministry acceptance and will go ahead for construction. The PV systems feature solar modules manufactured by JinkoSolar and REFUsol 40K string inverters.

Upon grid connection scheduled for summer 2017, solar power generation of the two main sites combined will average around 56 GWh/year, reads the press release.

"Our excellent five year track record as EPC and Developer in Turkey shows that we are able to deliver high quality systems within budget and contractual deadlines,” comments Umut Gürbüz, managing partner for Asunim Turkey.

Frank Niendorf, General Manager of Jinko Solar Europe, adds: “This is another successful project, which we highly appreciate to realize with our reliable partner Asunim and it is one of the biggest projects in Turkey, so far. Asunim is recognized by big investors for their excellent quality standards, which fits perfectly to Jinko Solar’s philosophy to offer best-in-class efficiency modules at a competitive value.”

“We are very happy that Asunim relies on our proven, highly efficient REFUsol string inverters for these projects,” Norbert Frings, CEO of REFU Elektronik GmbH, emphasizes.

“The product features of our devices fit their requirements perfectly and we will make sure to provide all needed support - both through our local Turkish and German team - during installation, commissioning as well as after sales.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017-04-24 Courtesy: Asunim | solarserver.com © Heindl Server GmbH

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