EkoRE breaks ground on 1 GW vertically integrated module factory in Turkey

The facility is in the Bor organized industrial zone of Niğde, in central Anatolia. The factory was backed by incentives provided by the country’s Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources. Turkish renewables project developer Eko Yenilenebilir Enerjiler A.S. (EkoRE) has announced on its Twitter account it has begun construction of a solar module manufacturing facility in Niğde, in central Anatolia. The Turkish government included the scheme in its Project Based Investment Incentive System, a TRL2.2 billion ($405 million) incentive scheme launched in August 2017 to drive investment.

Source: www.pv-magazine.com

Renewable Energy Law Firm Istanbul 

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