In a significant development, Turkey's Ministry of Environment and Urbanization has initiated the environmental impact assessment (EIA) review for Çelik Halat ve Tel Sanayii Inc.'s proposed solar power plant in Yazıhan, Malatya.
The ambitious project, boasting a substantial investment of TRY 77.26 million ($2.67 million), envisions the installation of 45,120 solar panels. Once completed, the solar power plant is poised to deliver a robust power capacity of 24 MWm, generating an estimated annual energy output of 40.17 million kWh.
This crucial step in the regulatory process marks a pivotal moment for Çelik Halat ve Tel Sanayii Inc. as it moves closer to realizing its commitment to sustainable energy solutions. The EIA review will assess the potential environmental impacts of the solar power plant, ensuring that the project aligns with the country's environmental standards and regulations.
The investment not only signifies a strategic move towards cleaner energy sources but also positions Malatya as a hub for renewable energy initiatives. As the review process unfolds, stakeholders eagerly await the outcome, anticipating the positive impact this solar power plant could have on the region's energy landscape and environmental sustainability.
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