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Polat Enerji Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S. was established in 2000 to engage in electricity generation, distribution and trading activities.
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A decision was taken to invest in energy sector due to the Turkey’s growth targets and plans of becoming one of the world’s major economic power. Adopting a policy which is an environmental and based on domestic resource, Polat Energy decided to invest in renewable energy resources, directing its endeavours towards wind energy which is the most important and efficient energy resources of Turkey.

Along with the liberalization of the electricity market, Polat Energy applied to Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) for 7 WPP licenses  with four special purpose companies (Dogal Energy, Soma Energy, Poyraz Energy and Doruk Energy) in 2001 and. These 4 companies were owned in equal shares by both groups. However, in October 2009, Polat Energy bought the shares of Soma Energy from Demirer Energy. Polat Energy also acquired 150 MW Geycek WPP project in 2012. The capacity of the 8 licensed projects is 613.3 MW. In this portfolio, net capacity of Polat Energy is 501.7 MW.

Polat Energy acquired the licenses for 14.9 MW Burgaz WPP (Gelibolu-Canakkale) and 34.2 MW Sayalar WPP (Akhisar-Manisa) in 2003 and 2004 respectively whereas the licenses of 140.1 MW Soma WPP (Soma-Manisa), 54.9 MW Poyraz WPP (Kepsut-Balikesir), 30 MW Seyitali WPP (Aliaga-Izmir), 30 MW Samurlu WPP (Aliaga-Izmir) and 30 MW Kozbeyli WPP (Foca-Izmir) were obtained in 2007. Polat Energy was also granted 20 MW capacity increase in 2010 for Sayalar WPP and 100 MW capacity increase in 2013 for Soma WPP.

Starting its investment in Burgaz and Sayalar WPPs at the end of 2006, Polat Energy commissioned Burgaz plant in August 2007 and Sayalar WPP in May 2008. Seyitali WPP was taken under operation in 2011 and Soma WPP was taken under operation in January 2012. Soma is one of the biggest operational power plant with its installed capacity of 240.1 MW in the Europe.

When all the investments are completed, Polat Energy will approximately produce 2 billion kWh of electricity and have 1,200,000 tCO² of emission reduction each year.

In 2008, French EDF EN has become a partner in Polat Energy taking 50% of its shares. EDF-EN is one of the largest renewable energy producers in with 1,5 billion Euro of annual revenues. The company has 5,372 MW of net installed power in wind energy and 497 MW of net installed power in solar energy

Sharing %50 of Polat Energy has wind power plants in Europe and North America, that has become a milestone in the international energy sector and aiming to become a leader producing clean energy companies for our country.

SPC Name

WPP Name

Polat Energy Share Ratio

Gross Installed Power

Polat Energy Net Installed Power

Operation Date

Gross Investment Cost

 (Million €)

Polat Energy Net Investment Cost 

(Million €)

Doğal Enerji Elektrik Üretim A.S.

Burgaz WPP Canakkale

50%

14.9 MW

7.45 MW

2007

19

9.5

Doğal Enerji Elektrik Üretim A.S.

Sayalar WPP Manisa

50%

54.2 MW

27.1 MW

2008

68

34

Soma Enerji Elektrik Üretim A.S.

Soma WPP Manisa

100%

240.1 MW

240.1 MW

2009

283

283

Doruk Enerji Elektrik Üretim A.S.

Seyitali WPP Izmir

50%

30 MW

18.5 MW

2011

36

18

Doğal Enerji Elektrik Üretim A.S.

Samurlu WPP Izmir

50%

30 MW

15 MW

2011

36

18

Doğal Enerji Elektrik Üretim A.S.

Kozbeyli WPP Izmir

50%

32.2 MW

16.1 MW

2012

37

18.5

Poyraz Enerji Elektrik Üretim A.S.

Poyraz WPP Balikesir

50%

54.9 MW

27.45 MW

2012

75

37.5

Al-Yel Elektrik Üretim A.S

Geycek WPP Kirsehir

100%

150 MW

150 MW

2013

190

190

TOTAL

 613.3 MW 

 501.7 MW

 

744

608.5 


 
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