50 MW Efeler 8 geothermal power plant comes online in Aydin, Turkey
With the start of the 50 MW Efeler 8 geothermal power plant, Guris has expanded the total capacity of the Efeler geothermal complex to 212 MW.
Continuing its investments in the field of geothermal energy production, the energy group Mogan Enerji Yatirim Holding of Guris has commissioned the EFE 8 Geothermal Power Plant with a capacity of 50 MW (two units of 25 MW, so the company), established in the district of Germencik in Aydin just before the year-end of 2020. 400,000,000 kWh of clean electricity produced using national resources will replace the annual gas imports of USD 15 million and meet the annual electricity needs of 170,000 households. The plant was built by Ormat Turkey.
Turkey’s leading energy companies GÜRIS / MOGAN ENERGY INVESTMENT Holding will contribute to the local and national economy continues its investment in the renewable energy field. Founded in 1958 and since 1993 continued its investments in renewable energy, Turkey’s GURIS one of the largest renewable energy investor / MOG ENERGY INVESTMENT HOLDING, which he had to operate 8. Geothermal Power Plant with a total installed capacity of geothermal energy field with 260 MW ‘has interests.
Ali Karaduman, CEO of Mogan Enerji Yatirim Holding: “We continued our projects despite the coronavirus epidemic that affected the whole world this year. With the completion and commissioning of the EFE 8 Geothermal Power Plant, which is our eighth power plant in geothermal energy, we started electricity generation in a short period of 38 days, breaking a world record in this field. With the EFE 8 Geothermal Power Plant, where we provide clean and renewable energy to our country, we generate 3.5 billion kWh in the field of renewable energy and 2 billion kWh in the field of geothermal energy alone. Today, we meet the annual electricity of 900,000 households in our country from geothermal energy, which is a clean energy source. By designing all our power plants by our own engineering team, we put forward our mission to introduce Turkish Engineering to the world in the best way possible.”To be the first in the world . ”
In December, GÜR?? / MOGAN ENERJ? YATIRIM HOLD?NG, which reached an installed power capacity of 953 MW with 24 Green Power Plants in total (of which 8 are geothermal plants), continues to work without slowing down to meet the increasing energy need of our country and to generate national energy from domestic resources.