Exergy awarded Turkish geothermal contract

Italian technology provider Exergy has won a second contract to install four custom built geothermal ORC power trains for Turkish company Çelikler Jeothermal Elektrik Üretim A.Ş.

Çelikler, active in the energy, construction and mining sectors, require power trains with a total power capacity of up to 80 MW. Exergy is part of a consortium, including Atlas Copco Energas and SPIG, chosen to deliver the project.

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Two of the units are for the expansion of an existing power plant project in the Pamukören area, with another two to be installed at a new site close to Sultanhisar, Turkey. Exergy is responsible for the process definition and supply of the entire power cycles, with the exclusion of the turbo generator and air cooled condenser. All power trains will include expander generators supplied by Atlas Copco.

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