ET Energy starts construction on 19MW PV project in Turkey

The 19MW project is expected to be commissioned by the end of October 2017. Image: ET Energy

ET Solutions AG, a subsidiary of clean energy developer ET Energy, announced that it has started construction on a 19MW solar power project in Turkey for PV module provider Astronergy.

The project, which is currently being developed in Kahramanmaras, Osmaniye and Ankara, Turkey, will be constructed on 29 hectares of land and will feature 71,064 Astronergy modules.

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Once completed, the site will feature an annual power generation of 37,000 MWh. It is expected to be commissioned by the end of October 2017.

Serving as a turn-key solar energy solutions provider, ET Energy has also signed a two-year O&M services contract to net a performance ratio of 80% and stable power generation for over 25 years.

Dennis She, president and CEO of ET Energy, said: “Our German engineering and expertise has once again helped us obtain the trust of customers and secure the grid-connection within a tight time frame. Like we did in the past in Antalya projects, the highly delivered results is expected to surpass the targeted performance ratio.”

Dr. Chuan Lu, the CEO of Astronergy, added: “Astronergy is quite glad to work with ET Energy on this project. The high reliability of Astronergy's PV modules and the expertise of ET Energy will ensure the successful operation in the future. We have strong ambition to develop more solar power plants around the world.”

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