Ormat’s 29th power plant in Turkey successfully commissioned by Soyak

12.3 MW Mis-1 geothermal power plant by Sayok Enerji, Turkey (source: Jesder)
Alexander Richter 14 Oct 2018

Ormat and its Turkish subsidiary Ormaturk reports that its customer Soyak Enerji successfully commissioned and started the 15 MW Mis 1 geothermal power plant in Turkey.

The Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources in Turkey has given its operation license to the 15 MW Soyak MIS1 geothermal power plant on September 26, 2018, as we previously reported. The power plant was commissioned on time and demonstrated the contracted capacity.

The  Soyak MIS1 power plant is based on the Ormat Energy Converter (OEC) technology representing  over 50 years of Ormat’s filed proven experience.

The turbines, oil skids and other auxiliaries were manufactured by Ormaturk – Ormat’s manufacturing facility in Turkey in accordance to Ormat’s strict standards of quality. Due to the Turkish made products, the project is eligible to a significant incentive under the Turkish regulations.

Over the last decade Ormat installed its state-of-the-art binary technology in 28 power plants totalling 523 MW, and additionally has under construction a current pipeline of 11 projects that will add 315 MW to Turkey’s grid.

Source: Ormat & Jesder