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Groundbreaking of one of the largest geothermal greenhouses in Turkey

Greenhouse operations, Turkey (source: flickr/ Tom Ballard, creative commons)
Carlo Cariaga Carlo Cariaga 21 Mar 2019

One of the largest geothermal greenhouses in Turkey is set to be established as the result of the Kirsehir Ahi Evran University's Geothermal Greenhouse Project.

Through the efforts of the Kirsehir Ahi Evran University and their investor partners, one of the biggest geothermal greenhouses in Turkey is set to be established in Kirsehir. The groundbreaking ceremony was held on March 19, 2019, and was attended by Governor of Kirsehir Ibrahim Akin, Deputy of Kirsehir Mustafa Kendirli, Mayor of Kirsehir Yasar Bahceci, and a host of other bureaucrats and investors.

The establishment of the geothermal greenhouse was a result of the protocol signed between the university and the investor company on August 6, 2018. The Geothermal Greenhouse Project was one of the pilot projects of the university. Under the agreement, the university provided worker and education support, intern student support, analysis support, product marketing support, bureaucracy support, and design support to the investor company.

Source: Kirsehir Ahi Evran University