Limgaz starts operation of 13.8 MW Buharkent geothermal plant starts operation in Turkey

Buharkent geothermal plant, project pictures (Source: EGESIM)
Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 8 Sep 2018

The 13.8 MW Buharkent geothermal power plant by Limgaz has started operation in Aydin, Turkey. The plant was built by EGESIM under a turn-key EPC contract in cooperation with Atlas Copco for the owner Limgaz Elektrik Üretim.

In an announcement by Turkish EGESIM, it is reported that the 13.8 MW Limgaz Buharketn Geothermal Power Plant in Turkey has been completed and received its operational acceptance by the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources.

The Limgaz Buharkent Geothermal Power Plant (13.8 MW) is a project by Limgaz Elektrik Üretim Madencilik Sanayi Ve Ticaret A.S., operating under Limak Holding.

The project was successfully completed as a turn-key (EPC) project in Aydin, Illi, Bharkent District.

The engineering, procurement and construction was executed under a turn-key contract by EGESIM, that has been involved in up to 28 geothermal power projects in Turkey and cooperated with Atlas Copco for this project.

Source: Our Turkish publication JeotermalHaberler via EGESIM