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Energy Generation
Operational Thermal Power Plants
Yeniköy Kemerköy Thermal Power Plants

Yeniköy Kemerköy Thermal Power Plants

The plants, in Muğla province, Milas district, have been taken into operation in 1987 and 1995 respectively, in order to generate electricity using domestic lignite coal. The Yeniköy Thermal Power Plant consists of 2 units of 210 MW power each, and the Kemerköy Thermal Power Plant consists of 3 units of 210 MW power each.

The Yeniköy Kemerköy Thermal Power Plants have been taken over on 23.12.2014, by the Limak- IC İçtaş equal partnership through privatization. The operation of coal sites no. İR:20058131, İR:10413, AR:32234 and İR: 32234 have also been taken over within the scope of the said privatization tender, which has entered into the records as one of the five largest privatization tenders of the Republican history. Coal production activities are conducted at the license site no. İR: 10413, and the coal supplied from the mine fields is consumed for electricity generation.

9.3 million tons of coal in total have been produced and dispatched to the power plants in 2015. The capacity utilization ratio for Kemerköy has materialized as 72 percent and the gross production has been 4,187 GWh in 2015, while these have materialized as 78 percent and 2,864 GWh respectively for Yeniköy.

The annual generation capacity of the Yenikoy Thermal Power Plant is 2,688,000,000 kWh, and the annual average generation capacity of the Kemerköy Thermal Power Plant is 3,683,000,000 kW, and net annual generation values as basis for sale in 2016 have been 2,593 and 3,687 billion kWh respectively at Yeniköy and Kemerköy.

Investments to increase availability and electricity generation (such as water soot blower system) and planned maintenances aimed to ensure continuity in generation, have been implemented at the facilities.

The contract concerning the rehabilitation investment, which will be started in 2017 and offer improvements in the areas of efficiency, capacity and the environment, will be signed in the first quarter of 2017.