Aksu windfarm project in Turkey

Aksu Wind Farm Project

Aksu Wind Farm Project, Turkey is a large-scale wind farm project located in Yahyalı District, Kayseri Province of Turkey. The project involves the installation and operation of 36 wind turbines, each having a rated power output of 2 MW, giving a total installed capacity of 72 MW. The wind turbines will be of Vestas brand, V100-2.0MW model, with 100 meters diameter blades. The estimated annual electricity generation of the project will be about 194,003 MWh.

The project will generate renewable electrical energy utilising wind as the primary energy source and deliver this energy to the national grid of Turkey. This energy will help supply Turkey’s ever-increasing electricity demand through clean, sustainable, and reliable technology. The project will displace the same amount of electricity that would otherwise be generated by the fossil-fired power plants dominating the national grid. Being the first operational wind farm in Kayseri Province, the project will help renewable energy become more widespread in Turkey.

The expected annual emission reduction to be caused by the project will be around 118,737 tonnes of CO2e.

Project Details

Annual Tonnes Saved: 118,737

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