Solar energy

The generated electricity will be used to meet production needs

The Turkish company Tosyali plans to build solar power plants to meet production needs. SteelOrbis informs about it.

Tosyalı Filmaşin, a subsidiary of Tosyali Holding, plans to build two solar power plants in the city of Osmaniye in the south of the country. According to the project, the first will have an installed capacity of 27.79 MW and will produce 39.8 million kWh of energy per year. The produced electricity will meet the needs of the wire rod production enterprise. The second will have a capacity of 2.6 MW, electricity, in addition to the company’s own consumption, will be intended for sale.

In addition, the 19.10 MW solar power plant in Osmaniye will be built by Tosyali-Toyo, a joint venture between the Turkish steel producer and Japan’s Toyo Kohan. It will produce 31.26 million kWh of energy per year, the electricity will be used to power the cold rolling mill.

As GMK Center reported earlier, the Turkish producer of long rolled products Yeşilyurt Demir Çelik will build solar power plant with a capacity of 95 MW in the Hilvan area (Sanliurfa province). The investment cost of the project is $51.7 million. Almost 200,000 solar panels and 950 inverters will be built within its framework. The produced electricity will be used for the needs of the company.

Also, Turkiye’s Kocaer Steel invests in a geothermal power plant in the city of Khorsunlu (Aydin province) in accordance with its sustainable development strategy. The company aims to meet all of its energy consumption through its own renewable energy production.