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Our Turkish operations were established in Istanbul in 2009. Since then, we’ve developed over 200 MW (megawatts) of wind power, and have over 5,000 MW of solar and wind energy in our development portfolio
RES was established in Turkey in 2009 and we now employ over 20 people in our office in Istanbul. Since 2009, we have developed over 200 MW (megawatts) of wind power, and have over 2,000 MW of solar and wind energy in our development portfolio. We have an excellent reputation for developing wind and solar projects, as well as for resource assessment, turbine and panel technology assessment and procurement, project finance, grid network analysis, and connection.
solar and wind energy
Our main focus is developing, designing, constructing and financing wind farms and solar power plants across the country. Working alone or with strategic partners, we complete projects that contribute to our country’s environmental sustainability. We call this ‘Power for good’. By integrating sustainability into our strategy and daily operations, we ensure our products, services and operations make a positive contribution to Turkish society and the environment.
We provide global services in wind and solar assessment, technical and commercial consultancy, development, engineering and finance as well as constructing wind and solar farms. One example of our work is the Havza wind farm – a 48 MW project in the Samsun region. When completed, it will produce electricity equivalent to the needs of 69,000 households, and prevent the emission of 76,000 tonnes of CO2 each year.
Also, we recently acquired a preliminary licence for the 18.61 MW Küçükköy solar power plant, in Korkuteli, Turkey. With an annual electricity production of around 38GWh, this will produce enough electricity for 20,000 homes and prevent 22,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions each year.
Wherever we work, we talk to local people about what our projects mean to them, and how they will bring tangible benefits to their communities. We do this through public meetings, information brochures, site visits, and direct contact with residents, charities and schools. And, where possible, we use local businesses and suppliers on our projects.
Landowners who choose RES as a partner benefit from:
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In line with our Sustainability Mission Statement, we support the NGO ‘Association for Supporting Contemporary Life’ and have sponsored two girls through secondary school as part of a project named ‘I have a daughter in Anatolia; she will be a teacher’. We’re aware of our responsibilities to society as well as to the environment, and like to show we’re not just an energy company – we care about the lives of the people where we develop projects.