Today, it’s common knowledge that extreme climate changes will be the biggest issue our universe will face in the future. Global warming will incrementally continue; due to extreme industrialization that continues to increase all over the world, natural energy sources continue to be consumed rapidly and unconsciously. Unfortunately, Turkey is appurtenant to have its highest share of these adverse circumstances.
Renewable Energy sources are utilized in effect so that the energy needs of the universe can be met without hindering the natural resources of the universe. Environmentally-friendly, safe, green, domestic energy sources are now vital as energy is essential for the continuity of life and sustainable development. Renewable energy sources are mainly Water, Wind and Geothermal sources.
Recently ADALI Holding has directed its investment to renewable energy sources. Our company is environment conscious, and aims to fulfill company obligations towards the environment to enable a better future for all. We have utilized all efforts to materialize Hydro-electric Plant (HEP), Wind Power Plant (WPP) and Geothermal Energy Plant (GEP) projects throughout the country with a capacity target of 300 MW, in order to respond to the marginal supply demands.
We have successfully adopted the following, core principles while preparing to generate electric power from Water, Wind and Geothermal resources:
Generate power, in response to increasing demand
Avoid waste products such as carbon dioxide and other chemical pollutants to achieve minimal impact on the environment
Reduce the level of dependence on foreign sources in terms of energy
Contribute to regional development, creating new jobs in the region where the plants are established
Utilize resource use, that meets present demand, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their energy requirements
Projects in Production:
INCIRLI Regulator and HEP Generation Facility, with installed capacity of 25.2MW, in Rize province Kalkandere district was commissioned on 25 May 2011.
SARAY HPP which has been completed in April 2014, now is under operation with 13.5MW installed capacity.
GEMCILER, located in southern province of Turkey,Adıyaman, has been commisioned in December 2012 with yearly production rate of 8.4MW.