After a successful implementation of 4 different licensed PV systems and numerous unlicensed systems over the last decade in Turkey, Asunim is delighted to announce being contracted to implement this very important new system, adding it to its growing references of its EPC and Operation and Maintenance portfolio.
Asunim is a highly active, reliable, and consistent EPC company in the Turkish solar market and has signed the EPC contract for 31.5MW licensed PV system with Artıbir Enerji.
The dedicated international engineering team of Asunim has a long track record of successful systems design and implementation, using cutting-edge 3D modelling and simulation software to correctly elaborate extremely important shading and counter slope calculations.
Managing partner of Asunim Turkey, Mr. Umut Gürbüz stated: "Artıbir Enerji is a very active energy investor worldwide and we are delighted that after an intense selection process they have selected Asunim for the EPC. Their system is an extremely important reference for us and shows us that our approach to EPC in Turkey is well established. Like all our other projects, this system features the best industrial equipment and we employ top notch engineering, installation, operation, maintenance and monitoring according to highest standards of European norms and many years of experience.The system is estimated to generate up to 46.7GWh electricity per year and will be one of the biggest PV projects in the country. Operation and Maintenance activities will be covered by Maxima Enerji, affiliate O&M Company of Asunim and leader in O&M activities, managing our whole portfolio and systems built by third parties totalling 270MWp."
The licensed system, with a capacity of 31.5 MWp, will be installed in Antalya Province, Turkey. Project planning, engineering steps and system installation are scheduled to be concluded within the next 5 months.
Asunim, with international representations in several other markets has so far concluded large scale projects of 240MW with a separate and clear structure committed for long-term O&M commitments.