May 12, 2017

12/05/2017: Green energy spurt of Genc Degrimen

Solar panels

 In the last 17 years, the Genc Degirmen has entered into a new process by integrating all the high technology systems into its own machines. Accepting the basic values of the experience that comes from the past, it blends innovation with this understanding. They have made R&D and optimisation works sustainable in its 30,000 square meters plant. 


 In this context, it continues its activities in new technological trends and capacity increase in different fields. They came to the conclusion that different areas can be used more efficiently as a result of their efficient field use studies. As a result of these efforts, investment decisions have been made on the projects to contribute to the energy shortage problem, which are open wounds of their region and country that they have encountered for years in the industrial and public areas and to obtain electricity from solar energy and electricity from renewable energy sources. 

 In this context, approximately 10,000 square meters of Solar Energy Power Plant will be installed in the area of 30,000 square meters of total factory roof. 3870 unit panels will be installed in the net area of 6,600 square meters. It will be established 1,044 kWp power plant at total. 

 Investment cost for this facility will be at USD 1,200,000 approximately. R&D process completed systems and products will be used not to face problems about cleaning and maintenance. With this investment, they will be able to meet the electricity need in the current situation and it will create an extra commercial potential because it can produce more electricity than the electricity it needs. 

 They stress that they will not only get financial gains but also will create environmental awareness by using clean energy, whilst continuously working on new products in the current situation. These developments are in the sense of mechanical, electronic, operational safety and aesthetics. Besides these criteria, they also keep eco-friendly productions with the investments and use the less energy consuming products.


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