Energy

Energy Generation

Operational Hydroelectric Power Plants

Alkumru HEPP

Alkumru HEPP, installed on Dicle-Botan River in Siirt, was put into operation in 2011. The plant has a total installed capacity of 280 MW and its annual generation capacity is 1.000 GWh.

Uzunçayır HEPP

Uzunçayır HEPP, installed on Munzur River in Tunceli, was put into operation in 2009. The plant has a total installed capacity of 84 MW and its annual generation capacity is 322 GWh.

Seyrantepe HEPP

Seyrantepe Dam, installed on Fırat River – Peri Stream in Elazığ was put into operation in 2008. The plant has a total installed capacity of 59 MW and its annual generation capacity is 164 GWh.

Pamuk HEPP

Pamuk HEPP, installed on Pamuk Stream in Mersin, was put into operation in 2003. The plant has a total installed capacity of 24 MW and its annual generation capacity is 93 GWh .

Çal HEPP

Çal HEPP located within the borders of Denizli province, collects its water from Çal plain irrigation facility and Büyük Menderes River. The plant has a total installed capacity of 2,2 MW and its annual generation capacity is 12 GWh.

Tatar HEPP

Tatar HEPP, installed on Fırat River-Peri Stream on the border of Elazığ-Tunceli, was put into operation in 2013. The planned installed capacity of the plant is 131 MW and the annual generation capacity is 421 GWh.

Kirazlık HEPP

Kirazlık HEPP, installed on Dicle-Botan River in Siirt, was put into operation in 2013. The planned installed capacity of the plant is 45 MW and the annual generation capacity is 150 GWh.

Hydroelectric Power Plants under Construction

Pembelik HEPP

Pembelik HEPP is being constructed on Fırat River-Peri Stream in Elazığ province The plant is aimed to be operational in 2014. The planned installed capacity of the plant is 130 MW and the annual generation capacity is 405 GWh. 

Power Plants in the Planning Stage

Kargı HEPP

Planned installed capacity: 100 MW Generation capacity: 254 GWh

Geothermal

Buharkent Geothermal

Planned installed capacity: 15 MWGeneration capacity: 110 GW

Natural Gas

Hamitabat Natural Gas Combined Cycle Power Plant

Hamitabat Natural Gas Combined Cycle Power Plant in province Kırklareli is established in 1985 as the first natural gas power plant of Turkey. Limak Energy won the privatization tender of Hamitabat and take over the plant on 1st August 2013. The total operational capacity of the plant is 1156 MW and as a result of  the investments  Limak Energy is planing to transform Hamitabat into the most efficient power plant of Turkey

Energy Distribution

Uludag Electricity Distribution (UEDAŞ)

Electricity distribution and retail sale in the provinces of Bursa, Balıkesir, Çanakkale and Yalova. Total subscribers: 2,7 million Total electricity distributed: 10 billion kWh.  Limak’s share is 33% and the other partners are Cengiz and Kolin Groups.

Camlibel Electricity Distribution (ÇEDAŞ)

Electricity distribution and retail sale in the provinces of Yozgat, Sivas and Tokat. Total subscribers: 860,000. Total electricity distributed: 2.5 billion kWh. Limak’s share is 33% and the other partners are Cengiz and Kolin Groups.

Bogazici Electricity Distribution (BEDAŞ)

Electricity distribution and retail sale in the Europeon side of İstanbul. Total subscribers: 4,3 million
Total electricity distributed: 25 billion kWh
Limak’s share is 33% and the other partners are Cengiz and Kolin Groups.

Akdeniz Electricity Distribution (AEDAŞ)

Electricity distribution and retail sale in the provinces of Antalya, Isparta and Burdur.
Total subscribers: 1,7 million
Total electricity distributed: 8.5 billion kWh
Limak’s share is 33% and the other partners are Cengiz and Kolin Groups.

Kosovo Electricity Distribution (KED)

Total subscribers: 450.000  
Total electricity distributed: 5 billion kWh.   
Limak’s share is 50% and the other partner is Çalık Group.

Energy Sales

In accordance with long term risk policy, Limak Energy established a win-win strategy to optimize customer profits, offering energy solutions to eligible customers like industrial companies, shopping malls, hospitals, schools and many others from various sectors.

Energy Trading

Within the framework of risk policy and long-term market expectations of energy sector, Limak Energy engages in energy trading activities. From generation to end users, Limak Energy continuously analyzing and optimizing all energy supply, sales, trading and distribution for operational perfection.

Wholesale

In order to minimize operational risks and reduce uncertainty, Limak Energy is making long term supply and sales contracts. Depending on market expectations, Limak Energy can provide alternative energy solutions tailored to customers such as fixed, indexed-price or base load, peak load and special profiles.

Import-Export

After connection of Turkey to ENTSO-E, Limak Energy started cross border electricity trading activities and participating capacity allocation tenders.

Energy Exchange and Derivatives Exchange

Limak Energy is pioneering efforts to establish Energy Exchange and OTC markets in Turkey. In order to create a competitive, more liquid and transparent market where it is possible to calculate short and long term risks effectively, Limak Energy provides support to international market research.

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