PROJECT DETAILS

Project Submission No. S00094
Project Title Zincirli Wind Power Plant
Project Owner (as per PSF & LOA) REA Elektrik Uretim Ticaret ve Sanayi Ltd. Sti.
Focal Point of Project Owners*(FP)
REA Elektrik Uretim Ticaret ve Sanayi Ltd. Sti.
Email of Contact Person of FP (Primary) aakdemir@kaleenerji.com.tr
Email of Contact Person of FP (Secondary) emrebalduk@nazartextile.com
Country Turkey
Submission Date 12 Nov 2021
Global Stakeholder Consultation Period 6 Feb 2022 - 20 Feb 2022
Sector 1.Energy industries (renewable-/non-renewable sources)
GCC/CDM Methodology & Version AMS.I-D (version 18.0)
Forecasted GHG Emission Reduction(TCO2/Year) 18,860
Forecasted E+ Label Yes
Forecasted S+ Label Yes
Forecasted SDG+ Goals 3,7,8,9
Forecasted SDG+ Label Platinum
Forecasted Market Eligibility CORSIA(C+)
Name of Authorized External Representative Organization
Name of Focal Point of External Representative
Email-id of Focal Point
Documents for Global Stakeholder Consultation Project Submision, Calculation Sheet, Other Documents
Project Brief

REA Elektrik Uretim Tic. ve San. Ltd. Sti. (REA Elektrik) has built Zincirli Wind Power Plant (Zincirli WPP) located in Yahyalı District, Kayseri Province, with an installed capacity of 12 MWm/ MWe. There are 5 Nordex N117/2400 turbines, each having a capacity of 2.4 MWm/MWe. The turbines were purchased from Germany and shipped to Turkey for installation. The project applied for the generation license in 2008 and acquired all legal permissions including the environmental impact assessment certificate in 2009 for 10 turbines. The generation license for the project was issued on 01/12/2011 for 49 years. The number of turbines were revised and dropped to 5 in 29/09/2015. The project will generate 47,430.144 MWh of net electricity annually with regards to the Garrad Hassan Energy assessment conducted on 15/05/2015. The project boundary includes the project site where the power plant has been installed, associated power evacuation infrastructure, energy metering points, switch yards and other civil constructs and the connected national grid of Turkey. 
 

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