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The three-day 18th Turkish International Energy and Environment Fair came to an end in Istanbul Exhibition Centre recently. China's leading wind power company Sinovel debuted in this exhibition to further explore Turkey emerging wind power market.
This is the first time for Sinovel wind power participating in the Turkish International Energy and Environment Exhibition. Its 60 square meters booth area is the largest in the five participating Chinese enterprises.
According to Sinovel Turkey branch, Sinovel entered the Turkish market in May 2011. In November and December the same year, it signed YALOVA WPP 54 megawatts and USAK WPP 54 megawatts two projects with Bereket Group.
According Sinovel wind turbine supply contract, Sinovel will provide 72 wind turbines for those two projects. The total installed capacity is 108 MW. The contracted turbines have been shipped in mid-April this year, and are expected arrived in Turkey by the end of May. The turbines will be completed the test grid connection by the end of 2012.
During Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to China in April this year, Sinovel reached a consensus on cooperation and signed a framework strategic agreement on 600 MW wind turbine project with Turkey Agaoglu.
In accordance with the framework agreement signed with Agaoglu, Sinovel will supply 1.5 MW and 3 MW and 3.6 MW three land-based wind turbine equipments, and provide maintenance and warranty service.
Turkey is one of the world's major emerging wind power markets too. The Danish authoritative information BTM research report shows that in 2011, Turkey's newly installed capacity is 470 MW total installed capacities is 1982 MW. Since 2011, Turkey's energy demand grew faster than the world average.
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