Nov 15, 2011 - Turkish green energy producer Polat Enerji will set up a 30 MW wind farm in Turkey’s Aegean region, local news portal AliagaEkspress.com.tr reported last week.
Polat Enerji’s newly established local subsidiary Doruk Enerji Elektrik Uretim will build the wind fam. The project's cost is estimated at USD 36 million (EUR 26.6m), according to the website.
(USD 1 = EUR 0.738)
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