The clouds gathering over Turkey’s 1 GW solar park in Konya, the first YEKA tender, are dominating discussions among PV players in the country. Developments surrounding the Konya tender illustrate the Turkish solar market’s challenges, as the country’s unsteady economy and its policy preference for local manufacturing appear to be acting as a break on installations.
This PV power plant near the city Gaziantep was developed in Turkey’s unlicensed sector, and so consists of multiple units of 1 MW or less adding up to 25 MW. The plant was developed by Wagner Solar and Ino Solar.
Image: Wagner Solar
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